The South American football world is great to be treated to a football feast next October, as they will be witnessing the clash between the Argentine national football team and the Brazilian national football team.
The match will be taking place at the Resistencia City, a venue that has been recently decided by the authorities of the two football Federations. It will be a great preparation for the 2014 World Cup for Brazil, who will be hosting the tournament.
It is certainly going to be a great match, as Lionel Messi seems to be coming into form for his national team at just the right moment.
The Centenario stadium will be the venue of the match, and it was decided by the Brazilian Football Confederation after making several visits to the venue.
They have expressed their confidence that this will be a match that will live up to its billing. The match is scheduled to take place on October 3. It is a friendly match that will be taking place as part of the “Superclassic of the Americas”. It is a friendly competition that was created by the South American Football Confederation back in June 2011. “It looks like those great stadiums of the worls,” Brazilian Guilherme Ribeiro stated.
Lionel Messi has been the best player in the world for a fierce now, but he has been unable to replicate the same form for his national team. However, he scored a hat-trick in the match against Switzerland in a friendly recently, which helped identify a potential partnership between him and Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero. It is expected that Argentina will very much be deploying a similar kind of formation to the one seen in the match against Switzerland in order to bring out the best of Lionel Messi.