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After the great debut, the National Team trained and settled in New Jersey waiting for Chile

After the great debut, the National Team trained and settled in New Jersey waiting for Chile
After the great debut, the National Team trained and settled in New Jersey waiting for Chile

This Friday, the team led by Lionel Scaloni had its usual training, but the starters from the match against Canada stayed in the hotel doing regenerative exercises to recover from the physical effort.

For their part, the substitutes and players who did not see action in the game transferred to Kennesaw State University. There, they worked both in the gym and on the playing field, fine-tuning their physical and technical preparation.

No player had any discomfort after the match with Canada, which allows Scaloni to have all his men available for the next match. The team’s good physical shape is a relief for the coach, who can plan the next game calmly and without injury concerns.

Embed – Argentine National Team on Instagram: “#SelecciónMayor Morning training after the victory against @canadasoccer at the start of the @copaamerica.”

After lunch, the Team left for New Jersey. This city will host their second match in the continental competition against Chile, which will be this Tuesday, June 25.

The team will train at the New York Red Bull facilities, where they will fine-tune the final details before the match against Chile at MetLife Stadium.

The victory against Canada and the good physical condition of the squad allow Argentina to face the group stage with greater confidence. Now, the focus is on Chile, an always difficult rival that will demand the best from the Argentine team.

Preparation in New Jersey will be key to adjusting strategy and ensuring all players are at their best. Scaloni and his technical team will work on tactics and keeping motivation high to ensure a good performance against Chile.

After the match against Chile, the Argentine National Team will close its participation in the group stage by facing Peru on Saturday the 29th at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. This match will be crucial to define the team’s position in the group and its passage to the next phase of the tournament.

Source: Ambito

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