But the defender said that Argentina's players will work with Sampaoli to find a solution to the woes that have plagued the 2014 runners-up.
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Argentina midfielder, Javier Mascherano, denied on Sunday that a rift had opened between the players and coach Jorge Sampaoli following their 0-3 World Cup defeat by Croatia. Speaking to media about their sweet gesture, Chief Confectioner Daria Malkina said that after his team found out that it was Messi's birthday, they had this idea of baking a massive cake for the football star. He missed a penalty among 11 unsuccessful shots on goal in a 1-1 draw with Iceland before failing to make any meaningful impact in an error-strewn Argentine display against Croatia. I think Messi should wake up a bit more, because when things don't go well for him, he's always down on the pitch, he shows no reaction.
"You remember so many Argentina teams with great players in the past, but this team is so far from those".
"I don't feel sorry for him, either".
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"There are no small teams or bad players in a World Cup, but the road is still long, we have to fight and be very strong".
"I thought that after Ecuador, everyone would look ahead", he said, referring to the 3-1 win in October where Argentina clinched their place at the World Cup after a tumultuous qualifying campaign. He's not running, he's walking. The way they looked, I can not see Argentina qualifying now.
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