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Messi helps give Argentina ‘peace of mind’ with victory over Mexico

By Reuters
28 November 2022   |   12:44 pm
Argentina have eased the pressure from their shock opening World Cup defeat at the hands of Saudi Arabia by beating Mexico on Saturday and can now approach their final group game against Poland with peace of mind, captain Lionel Messi said.

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