Champions of America: New Netflix Doc released discussing Argentina team’s Copa América title bid
A new Netflix documentary called “Champions of America” follows the Argentine national team as they prepare for and ultimately win the 2021 Copa America.
This Thursday, November 3, marks the debut of a new documentary on Netflix titled “Sean Eternos: Campeones de America” (Champions of America in English).
The dramatic roller coaster that was Argentina’s 2021 Copa America victory is chronicled in this film.
Despite having Lionel Messi, perhaps the best player in the world, on its roster for the better part of the previous decade, the Argentine national team had not won a major tournament in 28 years prior to then.
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The documentary premieres immediately before the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, which will be Messi’s last tournament as a professional athlete and his last time to represent Argentina on the international stage.
Images of Messi encouraging his players in the dressing room before their loss to Brazil may be seen in the documentary.
Because of the covid-19 pandemic, the competition had to be shifted from Argentina and Colombia to Brazil.
The saying, “Coincidence does not exist,” is a common cliche. What’s the matter, though?
Messi told his team that they should have hosted the World Cup. Simply said, “God brought it here.
He transported it here so that it could be displayed at its full height in the Maracan Stadium, enhancing its already stunning beauty for spectators.
In the documentary, Messi is seen giving a pep talk to the players before last year’s 1-0 victory over Brazil at the Maracan Stadium.
We’ve been away from home for 45 days, Messi stated to his teammates in the dressing room. We’re so close to doing what we set out to do!
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Let’s face it with poise and assurance. This is the one that we’re taking back to the ranch.
It was very crucial for Messi when Argentina finally won that trophy because it was one of the few he hadn’t already won.
When Argentina travels to Qatar for the World Cup, the national team will be aiming for its first World Cup title since 1986, and Lionel Messi will be hoping to win one last trophy before calling it quits.
For the first time since 1993, Argentina has a chance to lift the trophy, and viewers will be able to watch Lionel Messi inspire his teammates before they take on and overcome Brazil on their home turf.
As the old adage goes, “You know what? Messi is heard declaring, “This cup was supposed to be played in Argentina” in the promotional material.
To make it even more lovely for all of us, God brought it here and raised it in the Maracana. Let’s go into this with our heads held high, knowing that we can win.
Since Messi had failed to win the trophy in question in any of his previous attempts at it, this match against Argentina’s opponents was of paramount importance.
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Argentine winger Angel di Maria, formerly of Manchester United, handed Messi’s team the lead by chipping the ball over Ederson.
The seven-time Ballon d’Or winner had a golden opportunity to score in the final minute, but he tripped and was unable to beat Ederson. The miss was irrelevant, though, as Argentina won the game 1-0.
Messi is presently training for what is expected to be his final World Cup with the Argentina national squad. Never having won the trophy before, it would be a fitting legacy for arguably the greatest player in football history to finish his career with the trophy.
In 2014, when Argentina competed in the final in Brazil, they came the closest they ever had to win the tournament. Messi and company lost to Germany 1-0 in overtime, so they’ll be looking to improve on that result this time around.
Lo siento pero te como, hermano. MAÑANA estrena Sean eternos: Campeones de América, el documental que cuenta en primera persona el camino de la Scaloneta para dar la vuelta en el Maracaná. Sí, hablan todos los que te imaginás que hablan. pic.twitter.com/S0AP7fh7T0
— CheNetflix (@CheNetflix) November 2, 2022