The match will take place on 27th November in Lusail Stadium at 12:30 a.m. IST.

The stage is set for the clash between two footballing giants, Argentina and Mexico in the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar. They both are drawn in Group C and will be looking to register their first win at this world cup.

They first met in FIFA World cup 1930, when Argentina beat Mexico by 6 goals to 3. Since then, they were only drawn twice against each other in world cup (2006 and 2010) with Argentina winning all of them.

They will face each other in Qatar, which will be their 4th match in the World Cup. Mexican would be hoping to win the match after their draw against Poland. Argentina, on the other hand, would be with immense pressure of winning after losing their first game to Saudi Arabia, since they are considered favourites to win this tournament.

The match will take place on 27th November in Lusail Stadium at 12:30 a.m. IST.

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Recent Results

27 Nov 2022: Mexico 0-2 Argentina, FIFA World Cup 2022

10 Sep 2019: Argentina 3-0 Mexico, International friendlies

20 Nov 2018: Argentina 2-0 Mexico, International friendlies

16 Nov 2018: Argentina 2-0 Mexico, International friendlies

8Sept 2015: Argentina 2-2 Mexico, International friendlies

27 Jun 2010: Argentina 3-1 Mexico, FIFA World Cup 2010

International Friendlies

Matches – 22

Argentina – 8

Draw – 10

Mexico – 4

Panamerican Championship

Matches – 4

Argentina – 2

Draw – 2

Mexico – 0

Copa America

Matches-4

Argentina-2

Draw – 1

Mexico -1

FIFA Confederations Cup

Matches-1

Argentina-1

Draws – 0

Mexico – 0

Copa De Mexico

Matches-1

Argentina – 0

Draws – 1

Mexico – 0

World Cup

Matches – 4

Argentina – 4

Draws – 0

Mexico – 0

Overall Matches

Matches- 36

Argentina – 17

Draws -14

Mexico – 5

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**This article was last updated on 27 November 2022.