You know what, Nico didnt starts in CA final and Finalissima, didnt play at WC and we're victorious in those occassions. So I had no idea why Scaloni seems rate him so highly. Didnt J Correa only out from WC squad because of injury? If they both play at WC , no doubt Scaloni will starts them in some games, imagine that! Scaloni also came from Bielsa's school. Like Bielsa and Pep, he loves high workrates and doesnt mind the absent of proper #9. However, Nico and Tucu are both below average for our team standard when it comes to helping and producing goals so it doesnt matter what the gameplan is . Those two simply lack creativity and overall skills. Here's a pretty good article about it... https://www.fifa.com/fifaplus/en/to...elsea-coach-argentina-uruguay-2026-qualifying "Bielsa does not usually have a Plan B up his sleeve. Following elimination at Korea/Japan 2002, he said: “Coaches are appointed for their style. We expressed ours for four and a half years and we stuck to it at the World Cup.” As far as ‘El Loco’ was concerned, the only part of the process that could be changed were the players: Pablo Aimar for Juan Sebastian Veron, Hernan Crespo for Gabriel Batistuta, Kily Gonzalez for Claudio Lopez, or Matias Almeyda for Diego Simeone. But as for the frenzied style of play he espoused, that was never going to give way to a more measured approach. His commitment to attacking down the flanks never would be abandoned in favour of working the ball down the middle. There was no question of the tactical system being changed."