Argentina looking confident ahead of their World Cup 2014 campaign as they picked a convincing friendly victory over Trinidad & Tobago this past midweek.
Facing a team with much lesser qualities, Argentina didn't have much trouble in dominating the tie since kick off, but their poor finishing prevented them from taking an early lead.
However, after several efforts, the home side finally got themselves in front through Rodrigo Palacio's effort just before half time break.
Successfully breaking the dead lock gave much comfort for Argentina as they looked calmer in the second half.
The two times world champion eventually doubling their lead on 51 minutes from Javier Mascherano's close range finish, before Maxi Rodriguez sealed Argentina's 3-0 win with his goal on 64 minutes.