Super Cup ⚽⚽🥅

According to recent rumours the Champions of Copa America and Euro Cup can face each other in a super Cup . two teams defeated the likes of Brazil and England within a span of 24 hours last weekend. With Argentina’s victory, Lionel Messi brought an end to his trophy drought on an international stage while Italy won their Euro title for the first time after 53 years. Angel Di Maria’s lone goal proved too good for Brazil helping them clinch their first continental crown in 28 years while England vs Italy entered a penalty shootout after 120 minutes of top-flight football.

Italy had beaten England on penalties to win the Euro 2020 campaignArgentina defeated Brazil to lift the Copa America 2021, Lionel Messi’s first international triumphThe two teams could lock horns in a one-off Super Cup match
Football fans celebrated a Super Sunday as the world witnessed two big sporting showdowns take place within a span of 24 hours. First Argentina defeated Brazil in the Copa America final as Lionel Messi lifted his first major international trophy. Then, Italy edged favourites England in a penalty shootout at Wembley to be crowned Euro 2020 winners. But, how about a Super Cup battle between Argentina and Italy?

As per Barca Blaugranes, CONMEBOL, South America’s footballing body, has requested its European counterpart, UEFA, to hold a one-off Super Cup match between the winners of this year’s Copa America and European Championship. While UEFA hasn’t yet commented on the matter, such a match-up wouldn’t be a first in the history of international football.

Messi magic

Both the Copa America 2021 and Euro 2020 campaigns were special. While it was the first time ever that Messi had won an international trophy wearing the Argentina shirt, Italy had even failed to qualify in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Messi ended the Copa America campaign as the player with the most number of goals and assists. He was deservedly named the Player of the tournament, having played the most influential role in the team’s triumph.

Giorgio Chiellini’s Italy