Argentina head coach Lionel Scaloni says his side deserved all three points after conceding a stoppage-time equaliser to draw 2-2 away to Colombia in CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying on Tuesday.
La Albiceleste had raced to a two-goal lead inside the opening eight minutes but were pegged back by Colombia with substitute Miguel Borja firing in a 94th-minute header.
The result leaves Argentina in second with 12 points from their opening six qualifiers on the road to Qatar 2022, but six points adrift of CONMEBOL leaders Brazil.
“When you think it’s all done, no, it’s not,” Scaloni told reporters post-game. “We’re leaving with one point when we deserved all three. Argentina deserved to win.
“Up until the 94th minute, what we were doing was really good and the last play gave them a point, it wasn’t deserved.
“We deserved the three points. I have to congratulate the players because they played a good match in the heat on a difficult pitch against a good opponent.”