Angel Di Maria and Rodrigo De Paul of Argentina are eligible for the World Cup quarterfinals.

Angel Di Maria and Rodrigo De Paul are both expected to be fit for Argentina's World Cup quarter-final clash with the Netherlands . Lionel Scaloni says they are fine and will be in training today to decide the team .

Angel Di Maria and Rodrigo De Paul are both expected to be fit for Argentina's World Cup quarter-final against the Netherlands, according to Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni on Thursday.Di Maria missed the last-16 victory over Australia due to injury, and midfielder De Paul, who has played every minute of the tournament in Qatar, is questionable.They're doing fine.We're going to see them in training today to decide the lineup, said Scaloni, who was enraged by reports that De Paul is suffering a hamstring injury.Yesterday we trained behind closed doors, and he retorted, I don't know where this information comes from.The truth is that after a game there are players who train separately or do half the session based on the number of minutes played.

Argentina will face the Netherlands on Friday in a repeat of their 2014 semi-final match in Brazil, where the South Americans won on penalties after a 0-0 draw after 120 minutes, as shown by Vuukle.Argentina has never defeated the Dutch in 90 minutes, including penalties yesterday.When you reach a penalty shootout, they continue to train, said Scaloni.It's a shame that we cant get to that level and win the game before that, he said.

Sabellas' death was announced on Thursday, two years ago.She died in 2020 at the age of 66, less than two weeks after Diego Maradona's death, after years of battle with cancer and heart disease.This was a huge loss for Argentina as a result of everything he gave us and the values he passed on to us.I wanted to remind everyone of him, said Scaloni.Visit the latest releases on JioSaavn.com.We're going to spend all we have to give for this shirt to represent our country.

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