Argentina got their World Cup qualifying campaign off to the perfect start on Thursday when Lionel Messi’s early penalty gave them a 1-0 win over Ecuador in a lacklustre match in Buenos Aires.
The accident occurred when Meoni was driving alone during a storm to Junin, his home city. Local radio station FM VALL posted footage of firefighters attending to the overturned vehicle.
They defeated Banfield 5-3 in a shootout on Sunday after their rivals had scored deep in stoppage time to level the match at 1-1.
The US Geological Survey said the tremor had a preliminary magnitude of 6.4. Its epicentre was 27.6 kilometers (17 miles) southwest of the town of Porcito and struck at a depth of 14 kilometres (nearly nine miles).
US President Donald Trump called Argentine President-elect Alberto Fernandez to congratulate the center-left politician for winning Sunday’s election and discuss the South American country’s troubled economy.
The South American country’s grape capital is filled with organic vineyards and outdoor adventure expeditions.
Argentina on Saturday agreed to start consultations with the International Monetary Fund that could lead to a new financing programme, days after the global lender said the country’s debt situation had become “unsustainable”.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned Argentina’s bondholders that they would likely need to take a hit to help resolve the country’s “unsustainable” debt burden.