A penalty kick resulted in Argentina defeating the Netherlands in the second quarterfinal of the 2022 FIFA World Cup on FOX.

A penalty kick by Lionel Messi gave Argentina a 2-0 lead in the second half right after Nahuel Molina scored in the first half of the match.

In the 83rd minute, Wout Weghorst scored a header which made it 2-1. Then in the 11th minute of added time, Weghorst scored a second header which made it 3-2.

In spite of that, neither team was able to score throughout extra time, which led to penalty kicks being taken by both teams.

The first two shots were saved by Argentina's goaltender Emiliano Martnez, which put Argentina in control before they won on penalties, 4-3.

A pass by charging attack Julián lvarez almost led to Argentina having a golden opportunity when Dutch goalkeeper Andries Noppert almost gave them one.

The ball sailed over the net after Lionel Messi missed a promising opportunity from outside the box.

Argentina went ahead late in the first half thanks to a no-look pass by Nahuel Molina on a through ball.

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