Argentina coach Lionel SCALONI took to the media following his team’s 4-0 win against Iraq.
The Argentina manager noted positives from his team in the win and spoke about the upcoming game against Brazil on Tuesday. Here’s what he had to say about the 4-0 victory:
“I look at the desire to win, to attack and to continue scoring goals. It was a good test.”
SCALONI noted that the players were “extremely tired” due to the travelling. In regards to the match on Tuesday, SCALONI expects a good one.
“We will compete and have a good match, there’s no doubt about that.”
He also mentioned that MESSI’s absence has obliged them to play like a team.
“I hope MESSI is in the future, he is the best player in the world. If he is not, we should try to play as a team, that is the idea, that we play as a team and we are difficult to beat.”
As for his future, SCALONI knows that a new coach is set to appointed in December.
“I am [in charge] now until November and then I am not. I hope these players can continue playing in the national team. I hope whoever comes, if he wants, can add these men with the other great players. The idea is that many of these guys, why not all, continue in the national team.”