After a hiatus of nearly 20 years, the Finalissima has been brought back to life by UEFA and CONMEBOL, the European and South American football federations.
At Wembley, Argentina dominated from start to finish, with Giorgio Chiellini playing his last game for the national team.
The captain and his teammates saw all the colors of the rainbow and just half an hour before the ball was in the goal for the first time. The skillful preparatory work was carried out by Lionel Messi, and Lautaro Martinez only had to click from close range.
Shortly before the end of the first half, Angel Di Maria sealed the match after a quick counterattack. Gianluigi Donnarumma had no story against his PSG teammate’s mark.
After the break, Argentina continued to dominate with Messi, who was looking forward to it as usual, in the lead. They played Italy from column to column and the proud Italians had a tough time with that. Messi and Co. He had difficulty sometimes.
Substitute Dybala completed the ball just before the center whistle: 0-3. This is Argentina’s second win at Finalissima, after Denmark had already defeated its own people in 1993. The sons of national coach Lionel Scaloni have already gone 32 games unbeaten.
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