Extreme left a message after the 3-0 triumph over Venezuela.
Ángel Di María scored Argentina’s second goal in the 3-0 win over Venezuela and revealed on social media that it was the last game of his career for the contested national team in the country where he was born. The former Benfica player thus opened the door to an international withdrawal after the Qatar World Cup, which takes place in November and December.
“I just want to thank you for the enormous affection I received. I always dreamed of everything I experienced on that beautiful night. It was definitely my last game with this shirt in Argentina. To be able to say that it was a wonderful night is a thank you, thank you and a thousand times thank you. Now yes, congratulations to the team for the great match they played. A perfect match from all. We continue to grow and dream together. Let’s go -y in Argentina!”, can we read on Instagram.
Di María, 34, is currently at the end of his contract with PSG and has even been associated with Benfica. He played 121 matches with the national team and scored 24 goals.