Uruguay 0-0 Argentina

Despite the presence of Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani and one side and Lionel Messi, Paulo Dybala and Mauro Icardi on the other, Uruguay and Argentina could not conjure up a goal between them at a packed Estadio Centenario. The visitors, in Jorge Sampaoli first official match in charge, did most of the attacking, though both sides were reasonably content with the draw. (31 AUG 2017)


Singapore 0-6 Argentina

Argentina made it two wins out of two under new boss Jorge Sampaoli by hammering Singapore 6-0 in a friendly on Tuesday. (13 JUN 2017)


Brazil 0-1 Argentina

Gabriel Mercado gave Jorge Sampaoli a debut win as Argentina boss as they beat Brazil 1-0 in a friendly in Australia.(09 JUN 2017)

Bolivia 2-0 Argentina

Argentina, meanwhile, were well beaten by Bolivia in La Paz. Juan Carlos Arce and Marcel Martins were both on the scoresheet for the hosts, as La Albiceleste, who were without the suspended Lionel Messi, went winless for the fourth match in a row on the road, an unwanted run comprising two draws and two defeats. (28 MAR 2017)

Argentina 1-0 Chile

Messi’s early spot-kick did little to soothe the nerves of Argentina, who struggled to exercise control and were on edge right to the final whistle. In gaining a fourth straight qualifying win over the Chileans, however, La Albiceleste moved up to third place, returning to the top four for the first time since September 2016. (23 MAR 2017)

Argentina 3-0 Colombia

Lionel Messi was Argentina’s hero yet again, netting a sensational free-kick and setting up the other two goals to lead his country to three crucial points in San Juan.

La Albiceleste put paid to a four-game winless run and a 202-minute goal drought in emphatic fashion by scoring three in a game for the first time this qualifying campaign. They also kept their first clean sheet in five.  (15 NOV 2016)

Argentina 3-0 Colombia

Brazil 3-0 Argentina

Lionel Messi has lamented Argentina’s 3-0 loss in Brazil and demanded they get their 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ qualifying campaign back on track at home to Colombia on Tuesday. (10 NOV 2016)

Brazil 3-0 Argentina