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Barcelona star Messi stroked home his penalty on 16 minutes after veteran Chile defender Jose Fuenzalida brought down Angel Di Maria with a clumsy challenge.The goal settled a tense battle at Buenos Aires' famous Estadio Monumental between the two South American heavyweights.The Argentina–Brazil rivalry is a highly competitive sports rivalry that exists between the national football teams of the two countries, as well as their respective sets of fans.Games between the two teams, even those that are only friendly matches, are often marked by notable and sometimes controversial incidents.Today, few remember wars and other political confrontations between both countries, and only recall matches, victories, goals and other sport-related incidents.Their rivalry is found in almost all sports, but a men's football match between Argentina and Brazil is one that neither side wants to lose, and often acquires more importance than the championship within which it takes place.In the last encounter Argentina won 1-0 against Brazil in a friendly match at The Melbourne Cricket Ground on 9 June 2017.
Since their first match in 1914, the national teams have played 109 matches counting friendlies, FIFA World Cup matches, and other official competitions (excluding matches between youth sides).
The controversy reached a climax during the FIFA century awards in 2000, in which Maradona was voted Player of the Century in an official internet poll, garnering 53.6% of the votes against 18.53% for Pelé.
Shortly before the ceremony, FIFA unexpectedly decided to add a second award and appointed a "Football Family" committee composed of football journalists that gave to Pelé the title of best player of the century to make it a draw.
The first, in Peru in 2004, saw Brazil win in a penalty shootout (4–2) after a (2–2) draw, and the second, a (3–0) win in the 2007 Copa América final played in Venezuela.
Among the elite group of players football fans consider as contenders for the title, best player of all time, Brazil's Pelé and Argentina's Diego Maradona are probably the most famous, and generally dominate polls on the subject.However, the over-riding discussion about which of Pelé and Maradona is the greater has proved to be never-ending.