The brand new champions of South America and Europe can compete with each other. According to journalist Tariq Pancha The New York Times There are advanced plans for the match between Argentina and Italy. Try it once for now. This game will be dominated by Diego Maradona, so the studio in Naples will be played at Diego Armando Maradona.
Maradona passed away in November last year at the age of 60. His football career is inextricably linked with Argentina and Italy; He led his home country to the world title in 1986 and had his best years as a club footballer with Napoli. Argentina and Italy last met in a friendly in Naples in the semi-finals of the 1990 World Cup. With Maradona on the team, Argentina won on penalties.
It is not yet known when the game will be played. The game is another sign of goodwill between the European and South American football associations UEFA and Conmepol, respectively. Referees have already been exchanged during the European Championship and Copa America. Argentina’s Fernando Robalini was part of the refereeing team at the European Championships, but not the chief referee. A Spanish refereeing team led by Jesus Gill Manzano blew the whistle at three matches in Copa America in Argentina and Colombia.
In the past, winners of continental competitions met at the Confederations Cup. That competition was last organized in 2017. In 2019, FIFA announced that the competition would be discontinued and instead the World Cup for club teams would be expanded. The FIFA Arab Cup for Arab countries was also created. The first edition will take place in Qatar in November and December, setting the precedent for the World Cup.
Something for football romantics: Advanced stage plans for a match between the new European and South American champions: Italy-Argentina in Napoli to commemorate the life of Diego Armando Maradona pic.twitter.com/IJpWwo6P3H
– தாரிக் பஞ்சா (aritariqpanja) July 13, 2021
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