Pay per Head: Sabella said that Argentina already reached their ‘minimum target’

Alejandro SabellaAlejandro Sabella said that Argentina already reached their “minimum target” by making it to the semi-finals of the FIFA World Cup, but pay per head services believe that if they try hard enough, they can go further in competition.

Price per head services saw that on Saturday, the only goal scored in a quarter-final win over Belgium was by Gonzalo Higuain, as he produced an excellent finish, finding in the eighth minute the bottom left-hand corner.

And as he admitted that the last-four were his pre-tournament target, coach Sabella asked for his players to move up a step further and make it to the final, something that many fans all over the world and pay per head services would like to see happen.

“We met the minimum target, now we go for more,” he said. “Let’s see if we can get something else.”

Sabella also praised Lionel Messi’s contribution, with the player being Argentina’s top scorer in Brazil with four goals, and pay per head services were very impressed to see that he was able to equal Diego Maradona’s tally of 91 caps for his country in the last-eight match.

“Messi played a great game,” he continued. “He is not only there to score goals. It about his influence.

And pay per head services also saw Messi play a great match, and continue to be impressed with his skills on the pitch.

“Every ball from Messi is a hope for us.”

Pay per head services were very concerned when they saw Angel Di Maria limp off the pitch during the first half of the match with Belgium, but Sabella is knocking on wood for the winger to return for the semi-final against the Netherlands.

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“I hope the lesion of Di María is not serious,” he added.

Argentina’s fans all over the world and pay per head services also hope that his injury is not serious, and wish him a very speedy recovery. Developments on Argentina’s progress will be very closely monitored.