One of the most recognizable icon in football, Diego Maradona visited Kannur, India on Tuesday and thousand of the country's football fans were waiting anxiously for his arrival.
The fans enthusiasm forced around 2,000 police personnel to keep a close eye on the Argentinian World Cup winning captain as he made his way into the Kerala state.
Despite recent poor results in the 2014 World Cup Qualifiers, Chile head coach, Claudio Borghi said that he has no plan of resigning from his current job.
Chile picked up three consecutive defeats in their latest World Cup Qualifying matches and Borghi's status as the nation's coach started to receive some criticism.
1rst half goals from Higuain and Messi was more than enough for Argentina to stay on the top of the South American Group which include Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador right behind them with just a few points less than Messi’s squad.
Argentina's World Cup 2014 qualifying campaign continue on Tuesday as they travel to Chile for another potentially difficult tie.
Coming into the midweek match with a convincing 3-0 victory against Uruguay, Argentina head coach Alejandro Sabella doesn't think that his team will come away with an easy win against Chile.
Messi and Aguero wrecked the defensive back-line installed by Uruguay with the Barcelona ace netting twice while Aguero also placed his name on the score-sheet.
The 1rst half was frantic with both sides trying to find the back of the net of the opposition.
The talk of diving in the Premier League keeps on getting attention as former England star and current Stoke City forward, Michael Owen, gets into the discussion, admitting that he was also one of the guilty parties.
Argentina players, Javier Mascherano and Pablo Zabaleta are looking forward for their country's upcoming World Cup 2014 qualifying matches against Uruguay and Chile, aiming to take maximum points from those two games.