The joy of Scaloneta’s victory was repeated not only in Argentina, but also in Banglase, 17,000 kilometers from Buenos Aires. national election He has thousands of followers taking to the streets to celebrate the 2-0 win. Mexicanin the second match of the group stage World Cup Qatar 2022.
The fanaticism and frenzy created by the team led by Leo Messi is such that even a Bangladeshi television news presenter made the news by wearing the alternative jersey of the Argentina National Team.
Exciting match left behind Argentina Judging by the last match, it ended at 3am in Bangladesh on Sunday, but that didn’t stop thousands of people taking to the streets to celebrate the victory with albiceleste flags and jerseys. The images quickly went viral.
Bangladesh is a slightly smaller Asian country than Uruguay. however, it has five times the population of Argentina, where every game of albiceleste is followed with great devotion. nothing to be envied for in any Argentine neighborhood. Even if it’s played at dawn.
How did such madness begin 17,000 km from Lío’s homeland?
Thanks to another man whom we Argentines know very well, we are playing another game that we Argentines know by heart. It was 36 years ago, at another World Cup.
June 22, 1986In Mexico, Diego Armando maradona Inspired by his talent, his Creole mischief, and an entire country that still feels so close to the painful memory of the Battle of Malvinas, he scored two impossible goals against England. Maradona was only 25 at the time, but Bangladesh was still small: it achieved its independence only in 1971, after it came under the rule of the British Empire, then Pakistan.
For a young and very poor nation that yearns for new heroes, Diego’s magic happened in the middle of the night – it was one o’clock in the morning when the match whistle blew at Azteca Stadium in Bangladesh – it was a revelation. A revenge, a possible revenge: a man from the other side of the world like them had for almost a century humiliated the lords and masters of Bangladesh in the sport of his own invention by the British.
Since then, the passion has not stopped growing.
“We Bangladeshis have always loved football,” he said in 2018. PEOPLE Sports reporter Quazi Zulquarnain from Dhaka, the capital of the Asian country. We congratulate Argentina as we don’t have a great national team to guide this.” And above all, they celebrate the adventures of the left-handed native of Villa Fiorito: “His personal struggles, his victory over the British, and his flawed personality appeal to us because they remind us of ourselves,” added Zulquarnain.
When Maradona was expelled from the World Cup in the USA in 1994 for doping, hundreds of angry Bangladeshis took to the streets and burned posters with the photo of the then FIFA president. joao havelange , – unsuccessfully – to demand the reinstatement of the Argentine star. And, according to the book “The Last Maradona” by Andrés Burgo and Alejandro Wall, there was a lawyer who dared to sue Havelange, demanding $25 in damages for the “mental disorders” caused by the incident.
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