The Qatar World Cup has been over for almost a month. After the World Cup break, club football’s busy season has begun. After celebrating their World Cup victory, the Argentina players have gone back to their respective teams. How are the World Cup-winning players from Argentina reintegrating into the team? especially midfielders and attackers.
In order to win the World Cup, Argentina competed in a total of seven games. Without tiebreakers, they managed to score 15 goals. Lionel Messi scored seven of these fifteen goals.
For Argentina, Julián Alvarez had the second-highest goal total of four. In addition, Angel Di Maria, Enzo Fernandez, Alexis McAllister, and Nahuel Molina each scored one goal.
In the World Cup, forwards like Paulo Dybala and Lautaro Martinez failed to score. But the two came back to the goal following the World Cup break.
Martinez and Dybala both compete in the Italian League “A.” Dybala returned to the field for Roma after the World Cup and has already scored three goals. Martinez has scored three goals for Inter Milan since the World Cup.
McAlastair scored twice for Brighton despite only scoring once at the World Cup. Messi, Argentina’s leading goal scorer and the second-highest scorer overall at the World Cup, arrived in Paris a little later than expected.
The captain of Argentina scored in the first game following his comeback. He then participated in one more game for PSG but did not receive.
Alvarez, who led Argentina in World Cup goals with four, switched from River Plate to Manchester City last year. He participated in River Plate’s sideline game once more that year. He scored at the club again after the World Cup.
Di Maria and Fernandez each scored one goal after joining the team, adding to their combined totals from the World Cup. Additionally, three players who did not score at the World Cup—Marcos Acua, Angel Correa, and Juan Foyth—returned to the team and scored one goal each.