ARGENTINA ace Nicolas Otamendi filmed his team-mates singing an anti-English chant while also referencing the Falklands War in wild dressing room celebrations.
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Argentina will play the winners of Wednesday’s semi-final between current world champions, France, and dark horses Morocco on Sunday.
Like after Argentina’s 2-0 group win over Mexico, jubilant scenes followed in the dressing room.
However, the Argentines decided to mock England and Brazil in a new song which has become popular during the tournament.
The full chant reads: “Brazilian, what happened, the five-time champions screwed up.
“Messi went to Rio and he left with the cup. We are the Argentine band and we will always cheer them on, because we have the dream of being the world champion.
“I’m like that, I am Argentinian, f***ing English in the Falklands, I don’t forget.
“I’m like that, I encourage you, I follow Argentina everywhere.”
Lisandro Martinez and Alvarez, who play their football in England at Manchester United and City respectively, could be seen joining in.
Despite the Falklands being a British overseas territory since 1833, Argentina still claims sovereignty over the island.
Islanders voted 99.8 per cent in favour of remaining a British territory in 2013, with only three votes against.
Argentine forces invaded the archipelago in 1982 but were pushed back in a ten-week war ordered by then British prime minister Margaret Thatcher.
The islands were then returned to British control.
Argentina’s latest anti-English chant isn’t the only one they have been singing in Qatar.
Another one goes: “We chased the English everywhere, the Germans are afraid to cross us, oh Brazilian, you don’t know what awaits you when you come to play La Bombonera.
“For the colours of my country I give my life, as the soldiers did in the Falklands, when I die I don’t want any flowers, I want a cloth that has these colours.”