Argentina picked up a 4-0 win against Iraq in Saudi Arabia with goals coming from four different players.
The first half saw Argentina score relatively early with Inter striker Lautaro MARTINEZ opening the scoring. A cross sent in by Marcos ACUNA saw MARTINEZ head the ball for his first goal for Argentina.
The second goal came early in the second half when Watford man Rodrigo PEREYRA got his first international goal as well. A lovely setup by Paulo DYBALA, who played the ball in to PEREYRA and his effort beat the goalkeeper.
Goal number three came from German PEZZELLA, a close ranger header in the 82nd minute made it 3-0, once more, his first goal for Argentina.
Late in injury time, Franco CERVI drove through the Iraqi back line and scored. That was also his first goal for Argentina.
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These were the substitutions made by coach Lionel SCALONI:
Giovanni SIMEONE came on for Lautaro MARTINEZ.
Franco CERVI for Leandro PAREDES.
Walter KANNEMANN for Fabricio BUSTOS.