After what just may wind up going down as the most exhausting match ever among France and Denmark, a desperate Argentine side’s last wheeze objective against Nigeria finished the present World Cup proceedings on an adrenaline-filled high note.
There’s no denying this is quite possibly the most dramatic competitions to date. And keeping in mind that many may address whether Argentina genuinely have the right to make it to the take out phases of this 2018 World Cup, their accomplishments are a demonstration of themselves. Their consideration in the round of 16 guarantee this is their fourth consecutive take out stage appearance – no little feat for any country. We should investigate the South American stalwart group, and the watches they brought to Russia for the 2018 World Cup.
Nicolas Otamendi donning a Hublot Big Bang Chronograph
Nicolas Otamendi – Defender
The Manchester City focus back shores up the guard for this Argentine side. This is his subsequent World Cup, his first since 2010 where he assisted Argentina with arriving at the quarter-finals. His inclination of watch is the massive Hublot Big Bang Chronographer. The current year’s World Cup support likewise turns out to be Hublot , which is a decent fit.
Angel Di Maria at the FIFA Ballon D’Or grants with a Royal Oak Offshore from Audemars Piguet
Angel Di Maria – Midfielder/Winger
Angel Di Maria has been somewhat of an understudy, having carried out his specialty across Argentina, Portugal, Spain, England, and France – winning various honors en route. The 2014 FIFA World II determination has been playing with Argentina since 2008, and is wanting to arrive at his 100th appearance for La Albiceleste this World Cup. An in fact skilled player with huge loads of speed and eagerness, it bodes well that a player with his affinity for energy would wear a frosted out Royal Oak Offshore from Audemars Piguet.
Paulo Dybala wearing a Rolex Datejust II at the Monster Headphones event
Paulo Dybala – Midfielder/Striker
At 24 years of age, Dybala is perhaps the most youthful player in the Argentine National Team. The prodigious attacking midfielder has transformed Italy, making himself a backbone at super-club Juventus. As a creative midfielder, his polish ready and sharp passing are fundamental for his style of play. His decision of extravagance watch is the same. He can be regularly seen wearing a Rolex Datejust II, as he is presented above while advancing Monster Headphones.
Gonzalo Higuain (right) with his Audemars Piguet Royal Oak
Gonzalo Higuain – Striker
El Pipita has been playing with the Argentine crew since 2009, and has showed up on the whole of the last three World Cups. His productive objective scoring record for club has not really translated into his structure for La Albiceleste. However he performs for Argentina in Russia, there’s no uncertainty that he can have an effect as a super-sub. A man who attempts to avoid the public eye when playing for Juventus close by teammate Paulo Dybala, his heartless striking does the entirety of his talking for him. Likewise, his rose gold Royal Oak by Audemars Piguet stands apart as an image of force differentiated by his unassuming demeanor.
Leo Messi the supported by Audemars Piguet
Lionel Messi – Striker
While Messi’s displaying profession is problematic at best (heartbroken, amigo) his brain dissolving capacity to manipulate a ball is without rebuke. Generally considered by numerous individuals to be the greatest player to beauty the game, Barcelona’s Leo Messi has essentially conveyed this Argentine group on his back. He without any assistance gave Argentina trust as they retaliated to beat Nigeria in their last round of the gathering stage, and his heroics in the World Cup qualifying leading up to Russia are the stuff of legend. As true brand ambassador of Audemars Piguet, Messi’s go-to watch is, you gotten it, the Royal Oak. He even had his own special restricted edition watch delivered a couple of years back.
Whether Argentina make it past the main phase of the thump 0ut rounds against France is anyones surmise. Be that as it may, the reality remains, Argentina overflows style on and off the pitch.