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Now, Argentina is in a very different situation from Brazil. Argentina has drawn their first two games of the Copa America.
The first against Bolivia was obviously disappointing, but to have a draw is not going to hurt them terribly. The second draw was a whole different story.
With the draw against Colombia, Argentina is forced to worry a bit about their final game in the group stages.
The second draw put them in a position not only not to win it, but to also maybe not get through.
This is the most disappointing thing because they were looked at as the clear favorites to win their group and a lock to make the finals.
With them being the host country, if they get dumped out of the tournament before the knockout stages, a coaching change will be just the cusp of things that will change.
The future of their roster selections, tactics and support for the time being could possibly also be hanging in the balance.
Will supporters really not be fully behind the national team not permanently but quite possibly for a short time?
Argentina looked like the weaker of the two sides. Colombia at times certainly looked like they could have scored a few times, while Argentina looked flat.
The midfield seemed to be the problem. Their midfield made them look vulnerable at times.
Changes will need to be made in the final game.
They may have to look at putting Lionel Messi outwide and put Javier Pastore behind the Carlos Tevez.
Another thought is to utilize Gonzalo Higuian or Sergio Aguero with Tevez from the beginning.
Time to hit the panic button, no, but time to really think about the lineup and making serious changes, yes.
The final game has become a must win after Argentina was knocked off their pedestal after their second match of the tournament.