Gonzalo HIGUAIN, Lionel MESSI and many more Argentinians scored in Europe this weekend.
Beginning in Italy, Gonzalo HIGUAIN scored for Juventus as they dropped points for the first time this season in their 2-2 draw against Atalanta. HIGUAIN scored the first goal of the match and Paulo DYBALA missed a penalty which would have given the reigning Serie A champions the three points.
Still in Italy, Rodrigo DE PAUL and Maxi LOPEZ both scored twice in Udinese’s 4-0 victory against Sampdoria. Rodrigo DE PAUL scored the first goal off a penalty kick while Maxi LOPEZ scored the second goal of the match, also through a penalty kick. LOPEZ added the third before DE PAUL finished it by scoring goal number four.
Another goal scorer in Italy, it’s Giovanni Simeone scored for Fiorentina in their 2-1 loss to Chievo.
And in Italy still (last one), former Argentina international and nearly World Cup final hero Rodrigo PALACIO scored for Bologna as they won 1-0 against Genoa.
Moving over to Spain, Lionel MESSI scored twice in Barcelona’s 3-0 win against Las Palmas. Due to problems off the pitch in the streets, the match was played behind closed doors. Javier MASCHERANO and MESSI played the 90 minutes for the Catalan club while Jonathan CALLERI and CHICHIZOLA started for Las Palmas.
In France, former River Plate man Lucas OCAMPOS found the back of the net twice for Marseille in their 4-2 win against Nice.
Still in France, Emiliano SALA scored early in the third minute in Nantes 1-0 win against Metz.
Gonzalo HIGUAIN goal:
Rodrigo DE PAUL and Maxi LOPEZ:
Giovanni SIMEONE’s goal:
Rodrigo PALACIO’s goal:
Lionel MESSI’s goals:
Lucas OCAMPOS’ goals:
EmilianO SALA’s goal:
Out of all those who scored, only Lionel MESSI is currently on the Argentina National Team as Gonzalo is currently not in the squad.