Argentina booked a passage to the round of 16 following their 2-0 over European nation Poland.
Argentina began their campaign with a shock 2-1 defeat by the Saudis, before bouncing back with a 2-0 victory over Mexico – with captain Lionel Messi scoring once in each fixture – to put them on three points.
The encounter seemed like it would end in a draw after first half ended goalless.
However, upon resumption, Brighton midfielder, Molina got to the byline and cut the ball back where Mac Allister was waiting – the 23-year-old didn’t make a clean connection as he swept it with his right foot, but the direction was perfect and just kissed the far post after passing Szczesny.
Again, in the 67th minute, Enzo Fernandez drives at the defence and finds Alvaraz, who takes a touch, swivels and blasts a rocket into the top corner form a cool finish for the Argentina’s second goal.
Argentina go through as Group C winners, while Poland sneak through in second place due to having a better goal difference than Mexico.
They are through and will face Australia in the round of 16.
Meanwhile, in the other group game, Mexico defeated Saudi Arabia by 2-1 but failed to secure qualification based on goal difference.
The Mexicans needed a two goal difference to progress to the next round but could only secure a 2-1 win.