Enzo Fernandez was in the starting line-up as Argentina continued their 100 per cent record for 2024 in their final warm-up game ahead of this summer's Copa America.

The Chelsea man made his first start for club or country since April, after injury ruled him out of the end of our Premier League campaign, and made it a winning return as Argentina defeated Guatemala 4-1 in their last game before the upcoming Copa America.

That follows Enzo's appearance off the bench in a 1-0 win against Ecuador five days ago, meaning Argentina have been victorious in all four of their matches so far this year. Incredibly, they have failed to win just one game since the start of their triumphant World Cup campaign in 2022, while Enzo has only missed one game during that period.

They had to overcome an early scare in this friendly in Washington, when a Lisandro Martinez own goal gave Guatemala a surprise lead after just four minutes. It was the country's first-ever goal against Argentina.

However, the Albiceleste soon recovered, with goals from Lautaro Martinez and captain Lionel Messi - also making his first start following injury - meaning normal service was resumed by half-time.

The same two players scored after the break to get a brace each and make sure Argentina had a healthy lead by the time Enzo was replaced by Lucas Martinez Quarta with just under 20 minutes remaining.

Argentina's next game is the opening match of this summer's Copa America in the USA, when they face Canada in Atlanta, at 1am on Friday 21 June (UK time).