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But as Rojo raced away in ecstasy after volleying Argentina to the win with just 3 minutes of normal time remaining, Messi leapt on the Manchester United defender's back like a child jumping onto his father, all relief, joy and celebration rolled into one.

You don't see Messi smile too often in an Argentina shirt, but he was beaming as he rode on Rojo's back. Was this the night that Messi and Argentina escaped their shackles and became a team again, after all the recent rows and meetings with coach Jorge Sampaoli? That is too early to say, and the storm clouds will roll in again if Argentina fail to defeat France in the round of 16 in Kazan on Saturday. But what a game and what a night in the jaw-dropping Krestovsky Stadium.

It was a World Cup clash that had everything; a minute microcosm of what Russia has been about so far. We had a Messi wonder goal, a penalty and then a VAR non-penalty when Rojo's "handball" was correctly dismissed by referee Cuneyt Cakir, some woeful performances by Argentina's so-called star players, then Rojo's amazing winner in front of 60, fans decked in blue-and-white shirts.

It could have been Buenos Aires or Rosario rather than a Russian city half the world away, and this game had all the madness you associate with football in Argentina, with a bloodied Javier Mascherano added to the mix. Mascherano has been front and centre of the alleged infighting, and he looked the part with blood pouring from his cheek. The cliched Argentinian hard man?

Mascherano ticked every box. He gave away a penalty for wrestling Leon Balogun to the ground before having the audacity to tell Cakir that he was wrong. This was a bad night for Mascherano, who repeatedly gave the ball away and merely added to the impression that Messi not only has to carry a nation but half a team of bad players whenever he plays for his country.

Gonzalo Higuain was another. Big reputation, big price tag, but the Juventus forward falls short on the big occasion time and again, and this was another case of Higuain going missing while Sergio Aguero spent all but the final 10 minutes on the bench.

When Messi scored his opener on 14 minutes, controlling Ever Banega's pass with his knee and right foot before shooting into net, Maradona celebrated by looking to the heavens from high in the stands. And when Rojo scored his winner, after Victor Moses had equalised with the penalty conceded by Mascherano, Argentina's greatest former player -- let's not start another Messi debate -- bared his soul by flicking both middle fingers in a defiant response to his country's last-gasp winner.