Lionel Messi is looking to move on after Argentina suffered a shocking 2-1 loss to Saudi Arabia on Tuesday at the 2022 World Cup.

"There are no excuses," Messi told reporters after the match. "We are going to be more united than ever. This group is strong, and we have shown it. It is a situation that we haven't gone through in a long time. Now we have to show that this is a real group."

Argentina entered the day as one of the tournament's top contenders after going unbeaten in 36 straight matches. The squad is No. 3 in FIFA's world rankings, while Saudi Arabia is the World Cup's second-lowest-ranked team at No. 53.

It set up one of the biggest upsets in the sport's history.