Struggling to make their mark, Iceland will aim for nothing less than a win when they take on already-qualified Croatia in their last Group D clash at the Rostov Arena in Russian Federation on Tuesday.
Iceland will take on Croatia in their final Group D fixture on Tuesday.
"They are a strong team as you know, we have played against them and we won, they wanted us to beat Iceland so that they come at us", Iheanacho told reporters in the mix zone.
The two-time World Cup victor sent out words of encouragement for the man in search of his first silverware with the national side ahead of their do-or-die encounter with the Super Eagles.
Albiceleste fans will likely not be worrying about quarter-final opponents with their team in such a dire position, but should they reach that stage of the competition they will play either the Group A victor, Uruguay, or the Group B runner-up, Portugal.
La Pulga still has one more shot to turn around his 2018 World Cup, though.
Argentina boss Jorge Sampaoli went with a formation consisting of four at the back against Iceland, but made a decision to change that to three at the back as they took on Croatia.
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Lionel Messi has lost his mojo.
Without the five-time World Player of the Year, though, it is highly unlikely Argentina would even have qualified.
Croatia are already through to the Round of 16 with victories over Argentina and Nigeria while Iceland played a draw with Argentina before losing to Nigeria.
But others remained confident that Messi and the team will rise to the occasion.
According to former Argentina national soccer teammate Pablo Zabaleta, the World Cup forward is "stressed and unhappy".
"I would never say to my team that we're playing for a draw".
Croatia are hoping to emulate the previous golden generation of players who reached the World Cup semi-finals in France 20 years ago. Messi will touch the ball a lot more. Argentina, who are at the bottom of Group D, need a win to progress to the knockout stages. "I love you and I respect you like always", he said via SPORT.