Inspired by the World Cup anthem is Argentina Lionel Messi says, “Muchachos, now we’re back to delusion,” in an effort to be like Diego Maradona
The song has soundtracked their tournament, both in Qatar and in cities throughout Argentina, and it will reverberate louder than ever when they face reigning champions France at Lusail Stadium in the final on Sunday. The song, which was first written by a fan, has evolved into a powerful expression of national pride for Argentina, evoking the spirit of Diego Maradona in support of Lionel Messi. Win Probably also inside the dressing area. Since their defeat to Saudi Arabia in their Group C opening, it has been that way following every game. The atmosphere is fueled by an estimated 40,000 Argentina fans who have traveled to Qatar. taking over the nation’s arenas and cheering their team on.
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The song Muchachos. esta noche me emborracho (Boys. tonight I’m getting drunk) that served as the inspiration for their national anthem was first released in 2003 by La Mosca Tse-Tse. a nine-piece punk and reggae band from Buenos Aires that rose to fame in the 1990s and decided to record an updated version prior to the World Cup. It’s popular among the players.especially Messi, who declared it his favorite football chant before the competition. Guillermo Novellis, the lead singer of La Mosca, stated in an interview with Billboard magazine, “He said ‘Muchachos’ and genuinely sang it. It’s like meeting the Pope upon arrival in Rome, I guess.
The response to the anthem has amazed Novellis and his bandmates. “it’s something we never dreamed,” he told America TV. But what makes it so popular are the lyrics. which were composed by an Argentinian fan named Fernando Romero and spread accidentally. It is actually a song that has been altered and played at various stadiums in Argentina for a number of years. according to Argentine football journalist Gabriel Casazza. Racing Club was the first club to start chanting it. and it immediately made an effect. As a result, fans of other clubs in Argentina created their own renditions.
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Of course, the words are different, but the song written for the national team is the most heartfelt of them all. And the World Cup happened to be taking place at the time the song was in heavy rotation. Romero, 30, was one of the people who introduced the song to Racing Club. And he wrote the song for the national team when they beat Brazil in the Copa America final at the Maracana in Rio de Janeiro last year. breaking a 28-year trophy drought. Its popularity reflects this as the song’s YouTube video has garnered over seven million views. However, the question at hand is whether this national statement of hope. And of a country attempting to exercise the ghosts of its past. will ultimately come to an end.
Romero wanted to perform the song with several friends inside Estadio Monumental in Buenos Aires for the Argentina vs. Bolivia World Cup qualifier. but they were unable to obtain tickets. Instead. they sang the song outside the stadium, where a television team from Uruguay was present. Romero’s interpretation soon gained popularity thanks to its moving first lyric. “In Argentina I was born. the land of Diego and Lionel. of the children of the Falklands.whom I will never forget.” Following learning about it and hearing Argentina’s players signing it after their victory over Italy in the Finalissima at Wembley in June. Novellis requested Romero to work with La Mosca to create an official release. My ambition was for some buddies to perform it. that in and of itself was a
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The continual comparison and rivalry between Messi and Maradona that persisted for so long was something I didn’t want to include in the song, according to Romero. They both belong to us. The song’s lyrics also honor the young men who sacrificed their lives in the Falklands War in 1982 and the agony of Argentina’s defeats in the World Cup finals in 1990 and 2014 as well as the Copa América finals. As Casazza continues. “They are elements that have produced a very potent emotional cocktail for. the Argentinian people and a very significant coming together of supporters during the World Cup.” Martin Mazur, another football writer from Argentina who is presently covering the team in Qatar. concurs. Argentina had incredibly popular anthems at the last two World Cups.