The Puskas Award is simmering… a legendary goal for the Argentine national team

Matías Soulé, the Argentine Olympic team player, scored a world-class goal during his country’s friendly match against the Mexico Olympic team on Saturday morning.

The Argentine national team, led by Javier Mascherano, is preparing for the 2024 Paris Olympics, and facing Mexico in a friendly match was a good opportunity for that.

In the 24th minute, a special cross was played to Soulé from his colleague Garcia in the Mexico penalty area, and although he was far from the goal, he put the ball back in a pleasing way, announcing the second goal for Argentina.

The match ended with a victory for “Silver Country” with a score of 4-2.

Soulé is considered one of the most important talents in Argentine football in recent years, and is currently playing on loan from Juventus in Frosinone.

The 20-year-old’s brilliance is drawing great attention to him, as he scored 10 goals this season in Serie A and assisted two others.

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