Looks like it's up to Argentine manager Alfio Basile if we get a rare treat here in the United States.
Argentina, who thrashed Guatemala 5-0 in Los Angeles in February, is considering a two-game swing in June that would see the two-time World Cup champions play Mexico and the United States.
The proposed Mexico game would be in San Diego on Wednesday, June 4 while Argentina-U.S. would be on the East Coast some four days later, according to reports. Brazil had a similar two-day swing a year ago as they played the US in Chicago on Sept. 9 and Mexico in Foxboro, Mass., a few days later.
Let's pray this happens.