Netherlands's Arjen Robben attends a training session one day before their World Cup semi-finals match against Argentina at the Paulo Machado de Carvalho Stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Tuesday, July 8, 2014. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
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Just as Argentina have Lionel Messi, the Netherlands have Arjen Robben, and the South Americans are working hard to solve the riddle of how to stop the flying winger ahead of their World Cup semi-final.Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella said his team would be working hard to deny the 30-year-old forward space.Sabella said he was not worried about Robben going down easily in the penalty area -- an accusation levelled at the player both at club and international level.Messi has scored four goals in Brazil so far, and has been instrumental to his team's progress to the last four.Messi's teammate Martin Demichelis told Argentine daily newspaper Clarin that he believed there were ways of dealing with Robben on the pitch.
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