Argentina to wear home kit, white shorts vs. Netherlands at World Cup


The Argentina national team will wear the home kit with white shorts and white socks vs. the Netherlands at the World Cup.

Argentina will wear the sky blue and white shirt in the quarter finals but it will not be with black shorts and black socks. Instead, the team will wear white shorts with white socks as the referee will be wearing all black.

This is the first time that the team would be wearing the white colored shorts and socks at this World Cup, having previously worn black shorts and black socks when wearing the sky blue and white shirt.


  1. Scaloni needs to get his starting XI right. He has two young players who can run like hell – Alvarez and Enzo. But if you keep Enzo deep down, then Alvarez would be left alone upfront to chase the Netherlands defence and goalkeeper. So Enzo should play bit up and there can be a Paredes or Guido playing deeper. Unlike Australian defence and goalkeeper, Netherlands have a giant called Virgil van Dyke and a solid goalkeeper. So we would need two chasers. When they are replaced the new joinees should have to keep the pressure on. Frankie De Jong is a creative midfielder too. Someone needs to take care of his grit. But Scaloni has his own mind working and he can take a bizarre decision like brining back Papu. He has list of favourite players.

  2. In the words of Louis Van Gaal, ” We have a pending account with Argentina, because of what happened two World Cups ago” No need to reply but makes it a motivation that Argentina can do it again for the third time.

    • For a guy so confident his side is going to win, Van Gaal is sure running his mouth a lot. I don’t hear Scaloni boasting or taunting. I guess Scaloni will let Argentina do the talking on the field.

  3. I think this is good that Brazil Croatia match will end earlier than our match. It may inspire the players even more on the field . I know this match against Netherlands won’t be easy ,but considering the potential, we should win this match.

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