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Argentina, Brazil To Play Friendly At Melbourne Cricket Ground

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 13 / 17

Lionel Messi "looks set to return to the Melbourne Cricket Ground," according to the AAP. The Victorian government confirmed on Friday that "the Superclasico -- pitting world football heavyweights Argentina and Brazil -- will take place at the Melbourne venue on June 9." Victorian Sports Minist...

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