FOOTBALL - Click Read More to see some key facts concerning Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier between Chile and Argentina.
> Argentina have not won an international match in Chile since 16 November 2000, when they triumphed 2-0 in Santiago.
> Chile have won only six of their 79 encounters with Argentina, including their last encounter in Chile, a World Cup qualifier on 16 October 2008 (1-0).
> Claudio Borghi has been the head coach of Chile since 2011, when he took over from another Argentinean, Marcelo Bielsa, who had coached ‘La Roja’ from 2007 to 2011. As a player, Borghi was part of Argentina’s 1986 World Cup winning squad that was captained by Diego Maradona. Like Maradona, Borghi started his senior career at Argentino Juniors. In 1981, Borghi arrived whilst Maradona completed his famous transfer to Boca Juniors.
> Lionel Messi has now scored 30 international goals for Argentina and only trails Gabriel Batistuta (56), Hernán Crespo (35) and Diego Maradona (34) among Argentina players. Messi’s 30 goals for Argentina have come from his left foot (27), right foot (2) and his head (1).
> From Messi’s last nine goals for Argentina, five have come from an assist by a Real Madrid player and the other four were unassisted.