Neymar’s Brazil and Lionel Messi’s Argentina will face off at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on June 11, five months before the 2022 World Cup begins in Qatar on November 21.
A festival poster. Brazil’s team, current world No. 1, will take on Argentina in a friendly match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on June 11, five months before the 2022 World Cup, which begins in Qatar on November 21, Victoria State Tourism Minister announced this Wednesday. Key, Martin Pakula.
A Messi-Neymar Duel
2017 saw Argentina’s 1–0 victory in front of 95,000 spectators in a single poster between these two great rivals of South American football at the MCG. “We were told that it was an important preparatory game for them ahead of the World Cup and expected both countries to send very strong teams,” Martin Pakula told 3AW radio. “This ability game will bring millions of eyes to Melbourne and thousands of spectators to Victoria,” he said.
Lionel Messi, Leandro Paredes and Angel Di Maria of Argentina in Paris validated their tickets for the next World Cup last November. Neymar’s Brazil earned its qualification at the same time. In the group stage, Selçao will face Switzerland, Cameroon and Serbia in Qatar. Albiceleste will challenge Saudi Arabia, Poland and Mexico.