Friday night saw Argentina—who’ve already qualified for the World Cup—host Peru in Buenos Aires’ Estadio Monumental in their last home match of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers. Lionel Messi and Gonzalo Higuaín were among the injuries, but an impressive attacking performance all the same saw the side win 3-1. After the minor inconvenience of a Claudio Pizarro goal (golazo, in fact, or ‘great goal’) giving Peru the lead, Argentina equalised almost immediately through Ezequiel Lavezzi, who added a second by finishing a stunning team move minutes before half time. Early in the second half, Rodrigo Palacio tapped in from Marcos Rojo’s cross. Argentina—who are the current holders of the Unofficial World Cup—haven’t lost since the 11th September 2011. That’s the longest unbeaten run of any international team in the world at present. Their next match is against Uruguay on Tuesday.