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Gonzalo Higuain's failure to score at the World Cup has become a source of concern for Argentina ahead of their quarterfinal showdown with Belgium in Brasilia Saturday.Up to now, Argentina have advanced without convincing thanks to Lionel Messi, who has contributed four goals and two assists, but even the Barcelona superstar will struggle to overcome Belgium singlehanded. With Argentina's other star forward, Sergio Aguero, struggling with an injury and likely to miss the Belgium game, coach Alejandro Sabella needs Higuain to rediscover his form quickly. For all his current travails, Higuain's record of 21 goals for Argentina in only 40 international matches suggests that he is unlikely to remain dormant for long.He played a major role in Argentina's qualifying campaign with nine goals in 11 matches; only two fewer than top scorer Luis Suarez of Uruguay.
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