West Ham’s Manuel Lanzini won his fourth cap for Argentina, who thrashed Haiti 4-0 thanks to a hat-trick from Barcelona’s Lionel Messi.

Lanzini started the game in midfield and played just under an hour before being replaced by Maximiliano Meza by boss Jorge Sampaoli, in an Argentina team which also contained Chelsea’s Willy Caballero as well as Manchester City duo Nicolas Otamendi and Sergio Aguero.

But it was Barcelona’s Messi who took centre-stage once again, notching a 66 minute hat-trick before releasing substitute Aguero to convert Argentina’s fourth with 20 minutes remaining.

Argentina will now fly to Barcelona, before taking on Israel in their final friendly before the World Cup on Saturday, June 9.

Elsewhere, Edimilson Fernandes may also be heading out to the World Cup in two weeks’ time, after he was named in Switzerland’s provisional 26-man squad.

Switzerland face Spain in a friendly on Sunday, before coach Vladimir Petkovic will name his 23 man squad for the tournament a day later.

Fernandes, who arrived at the London Stadium nearly two years ago, made his debut for Switzerland in November 2016 and racked up 16 appearances for the Hammers last season, in an injury hit campaign for the young midfielder.

Former Hammer Valon Behrami has also been named in Switzerland’s provisional squad.