Argentina began their today’s 2014 World Cup with inline 2-1 win against the freshers Bosnia-Herzegovina at the Maracana Stadium, Brazil.
The La Albiceleste scaled up in the very 2nd min once Messi’s free-kick was reversed into his self net by the defender Sead Kolasinac.
Messi took double against Argentina’s lead in the sixty fifth minute well in advance Vedad Ibiševi securing a consolation for Bosnia in the eighty fourth minute.
Bosnia going dull in the 2nd min of start of the game didn’t lose hope and managed to equal the game via Izet Hajrovic.
The twenty-two-year-old winger balanced to manage a lofted pass close to the box well before he could make a shot, Argentina goal-keeper Sergio Romero headed forward and made his lines.
Argentina increasing their game tempo closely doubled their lead while Javier Mascherano made a vicious long-range effort.
On the opposite end, Senad Lulic gave a energy save from Romero with a header at the 1/2 hour mark.