Argentina easily defeated Jamaica in a friendly game as Lionel Messi celebrated his 100th international victory with two goals.
Argentina’s undefeated streak now stands at 35, two short of Italy’s 37-match world record.
After being set up by Lautaro Martinez, Manchester City striker Julian Alvarez scored the winning goal for Lionel Scaloni’s team.
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Messi, 35, entered the game after 56 minutes, swept in a shot, and curled in a free kick.
The Paris St. Germain forward’s two goals, which came after he scored twice in a victory against Honduras, brought his nation to 90 goals in a record 164 games.
Argentina played their last match before the World Cup in New Jersey.
On November 22, Saudi Arabia will face the two-time World Cup winners, among the favorites for this year’s competition.