Everybody likes to think they can predict what happens in a World Cup. Unfortunately for those individuals, and to the delight of bookmakers, the outcome of a football game rarely coincides with expectations.
One can analyse the sport for hours before the first kick-off, but more often than not, the action on the field will be decided by a handful of key decisions—correct or otherwise.
Whether it is the referee, the players involved or the coach on the sidelines, every nation can point to a handful of key decisions in their World Cup history. Argentina are no different, and these five instances in particular have marked the nation's football conscience.