Argentina vs Mexico World Cup 2022

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About Argentina vs Mexico World Cup 2022 Tickets

As far as games at the upcoming Copa America are concerned, the matches don’t get much tastier than this one. These two nations drive a great deal of interest when it comes to tickets, not least because both countries are truly mad about football.

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Over the decades the Copa America has evolved into one of the biggest international tournaments on the planet. In 1916 the very first South American Football Championship took place and saw Argentina host the competition and Uruguay win it.

Only four nations took part in the first event, but by 1975 the list of entrants had hit ten but even then, CONMEBOL, the organization that runs South American football, were not satisfied, and they moved to increase interest in the event by inviting teams from North and Central America, a format that exists to this day.

Indeed at the centenary event in 2016, hosted by the United States, 16 nations took part, and in 2019, Japan and Qatar were invited.

Millions of fans will look to attend the next Copa Horizon on the horizon, and they will look to do so due to the incredible atmosphere and high quality of football on show, and at SeatPick, they’ll find the best seats in the house.

Argentina vs Mexico Copa America Tournament Record

Argentina, tied with Uruguay at this moment in time, have won the most Copa America titles, with the first of their successes coming in 1921, five years after they hosted the inaugural competition.

La Albiceleste were a dominant force in the tournament from the 1920s to the end of the 1950s, and then things went quiet.

Incredibly they struggled to make an impact in Copa America in the 1970s, even when they won the FIFA World Cup in that period, which goes some way to show the level of quality on show.

It wasn’t until 1991 that they ended their three-decade wait for another success, this coming under the guidance of national team coach Alfio Basile, who led Argentina to back-to-back titles.

He could call on great talents such as Claudio Caniggia, Serie A hot-shot Gabriel Batistuta, midfield general Diego Simeone, and centre-back Oscar Ruggeri.

Argentina then had to wait another 28 years to collect their 15th championship, which came after a run of four Copa America Final losses from 2004 to 2016. During this spell, they lost twice to Brazil and twice to Chile, with three of those defeats coming via the dreaded penalty shoot-out.

Lionel Messi finally secured his first Copa America crown in 2021 when Angel Di Maria, the former Manchester United winger, scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 victory over Brazil.

Mexico first appeared in the competition in 1993 when the Copa America expanded to include nations from CONCACAF, with El Tri reaching the final in their debut campaign.

In that final, they lost 2-1 to Argentina in Guayaquil. Semi-Final exits followed in 1997 and 1999, and in 2001 they returned to the last hurdle to face hosts Colombia.

Mexico once again failed to secure the crown, going down 1-0 in Bogota thanks to a goal from Inter Milan battler Ivan Cordoba.

Argentina vs Mexico Head-to-Head

As of now, Argentina and Mexico have met on four previous occasions in the Copa America, the first of these coming in 1993.

The two faced off in the group phase in a tight game that ended 1-1 and then played again in the final, where Gabriel Batistuta scored twice in a 2-1 success.

Their next clash was in 2004, with Ramon Morales scoring the winner for Mexico in Chiclayo in Peru.

Their 2007 Semi-Final meeting was a little one-sided in nature, with Gabriel Heinze, Lionel Messi, and Juan Roman Riquelme all scoring in a 3-0 rout in Venezuela.

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