Iceland frustrate Argentina on World Cup debut

The movement during Moscow’s Spartak Stadium got off to a stirring start with a compare between FIFA World Cup™ veterans Argentina and debutants Iceland. Despite stamping their management on a game’s opening stages, La Albiceleste struggled to find space opposite a deep-lying Icelandic defence. The breakthrough came in a 19th notation when Sergio Aguero dismissed a round home on a spin to give Argentina a 1-0 lead. The South Americans’ fun was short-lived, however, as Alfred Finnbogason done story by scoring his country’s first-ever World Cup goal only 4 mins later.

Lionel Messi had a biggest event to take a lead in a second half, though his chastisement was saved by Iceland goalkeeper Hannes Halldorsson. Although Argentina continued to press for a goal, they were regularly denied by a Nordic side’s fixed defensive efforts.

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