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Half first Argentine

 The first half of the first World Cup semi-final match between Argentina and Croatia ended with two goals to zero, as the legend Leo Messi opened the match counter from a penalty kick before the mustache Alvarez returned to add the second goal after a great individual effort, cutting the field and bringing the tango crawl towards global gold and the closing scene. The first half was dominated by the Croats and the superiority of Argentina, where the companions of the musician Modric made a very strong run in which they would control the length and width, but whoever has Messi can kill the match from one chance, let alone more than one chance. Argentina is putting forward the final, but what the Netherlands did in the last round is not long ago, and the senior summits do not end except with the referee's whistle. Mondial _ crazy

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