Argentine “tango” fans are the title of enthusiasm in the 2022 World Cup

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Argentine "tango" fans are the title of enthusiasm in the 2022 World Cup

The Argentine national team, which will face its Dutch counterpart in the quarter-finals of the 2022 Qatar World Cup, increases the enthusiasm of the Argentine national team.

Tango fans turn the streets of Qatar on the days of their national team matches and others into a carnival area through their diverse songs and distinctive clothes.

Fans of the other nations competing in the tournament and the Qataris, the Argentines, share their enthusiasm.

Argentines who meet in the historical and tourist places in Qatar, such as Katara, Souq Waqif and the Corniche, enjoy the atmosphere of the World Cup and the dances and songs they perform.

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Argentines stay in the streets and squares of Qatar until late at night, and while returning to their hotels, they provide endless fun moments for the rest of the passengers on the subway.

** Messi is the biggest guarantor
Football star Lionel Messi’s name is found on the majority of shirts worn by fans of the South American team.

Fans, who also carry banners with Messi’s graffiti, believe the Argentine star’s World Cup dream will end in Qatar.

In addition to Messi, fans do not forget the legendary Argentine player Diego Armando Maradona, whose name is written on T-shirts and banners as well.

** Argentina’s journey in the World Cup
Argentina’s journey to the World Cup began in Group C alongside Poland, Mexico and Saudi Arabia.

Argentina was shocked by a defeat from Saudi Arabia, but it came back and defeated Mexico and Poland to get a ticket to the round of 16.

Tango players beat Australia 2-1 in the round of 16 to advance to the quarter-finals and face the Netherlands national team this evening at Lusail Stadium.

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