Argentina vs. Switzerland game has left fans with bated breath, the two national teams are currently facing off in their Round of 16 World Cup match and after 95 minutes of regulation, and the match has been sent into extra time. The two teams are currently playing for the chance to enter into the quarterfinals of the 2014 World Cup, with the winner of this match set to play the winner of the highly anticipated game between USA and Belgium, that match will be kicking off at 4:00 p.m. in Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador. 

Currently through the half time of the 30-minute extra time period, live reports are stating that Switzerland’s Shaqiri is growing notably frustrated, following a few missed opportunities for a score. Despite Shaqiri’s frustration at their lack of goals, the Swiss is reportedly the stronger team this late in the game, with Argentina looking fatigued.

But they still have Lionel Messi, and any good soccer fan, or bandwagon fan, knows that you do not count Messi out of the game until the final whistle blows. As for the rest of the Argentinean team, Di Maria has had some good opportunities; the Madrid winger nearly had a goal in the 112 minute of play. It’s still anyone’s game and with a shot for the quarterfinals on the line, fans should expect this battle between Argentina and Switzerland to continue.

Stay with Latin Times to get your live updates, and in the mean time take a break from the nail biting stress and scroll these hilarious tweets, funny jokes, and of course nearly Messi goal Vines. While the World Cup is serious and it’s difficult to turn away from the screen during such a vital time, it may do you well to take a laugh while your team, either Argentina or Switzerland, puts a goal in the back of the net.With only four minutes to go before penalties kicks, your team could need all the good karma it could get, so seriously get laughing!

Now for the real celebration because Di Maria has scored in the 118 minute of extra time! Argentina is going to the 2014 World Cup quarterfinals! The goal which was amazingly scored by the talented and clearly blessed Angel Di Maria was assisted by none other than Lionel Messi, it's only fitting that these two players orchestrated the final push and subsentquently winning play for Argentina!