ARGENTINA stars went wild in just their pants as they celebrated victory over Australia in the World Cup.
After scoring in his 1000th professional game, Lionel Messi ran the show as he helped his side get over the line to spark the amazing dressing room scenes.
The South American side are now through to the quarter-finals as they look to claim the Jules Rimet trophy for the first time since 1986 in what will be Messi's last World Cup.
After an unconvincing start to the group stages, Argentina now look in the groove.
And the players are certainly enjoying the journey as they went crazy in the changing room following the win.
Video footage from SportsCenter shows the players singing, chanting and dancing alongside their coaches after the match.
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With several players wearing just their underwear, they bounced in unison as they chanted together.
One coach blew a whistle repeatedly while some players banged on tables and other launched clothes and water up into the air.
The happy Argentine stars then form a smaller huddle and get even louder.
And at one point, a player can even be seen giving a coach a piggybank ride amid the chaotic scenes.
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The video appears to sum up the mood in their camp as Argentina go from strength to strength.
While Australia offered brilliance resistance in the first-half, Lionel Scaloni's side found the breakthrough thanks to magic from one man.
Messi picked up the ball from inside the penalty area to slip the ball into the far corner on his milestone match.
A shocking clanger from Aussie keeper Mathew Ryan allowed Julian Alvarez to double the Argentina advantage before the hour mark.
But an unlikely Australia comeback began as sub Craig Goodwin's effort took a wicked deflection to end up in the back of the net.
A mazy run through the opponents half almost saw Aziz Behich score one of the great World Cup goals to equalise.
Before Newcastle-bound Garang Kuol had his close range effort saved by Emi Martinez deep in stoppage time.
Argentina will now face Holland in the quarter-finals after Louis van Gaal's team overcame a determined US side.
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