World Cup: Brazil, Argentina and the haves and have-nots
23 July 2023 | 4:25 pm
Brazil and Argentina form one of international football's fiercest rivalries. But while Brazil start World Cup 2023 after impeccable preparations, Argentina have only just made it to New Zealand. Why so different?
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