Argentina's Javier Zanetti has called for calm after his side's disappointing 1-1 draw with Bolivia in their Copa America opener, and claims the point is not a cause to worry.
A goal from substitute forward Sergio Aguero avoided a disastrous start for the hosts, who now have to regroup to live up to pre-tournament expectations.
Despite this the 37-year-old does not feel the dropped points are a reason for panic.
"We must be calm and believe that we can give [more]. Not to worry," the Inter versatility player told reporters after the game.
The home side underperformed given the world-class players in their team, and the Buenos Aires-born star feels analysis of the game is warranted.
"At times we played well, at times we did not. But we must try to improve that and an analysis of the game [is needed].
"[It was] a difficult game, and [Bolivia] accidentally get a goal. Then we looked, we tied it [but] we could not win," he stated.
As always there has been hype surrounding Lionel Messi, but the Barcelona attacker proved ineffective.
"Yes, we have to play for him, but today we did not do well," Zanetti concluded.
Argentina have another tricky fixture in their next game as they host a dangerous Colombia side on Wednesday.