Goalkeeper Nahuel Guzman has been called into Argentina's World Cup squad as a replacement for Sergio Romero after the Manchester United player suffered a knee injury.
Guzman, who plays for Mexican side Tigres, joins Chelsea's Willy Caballero and uncapped River Plate stopper Franco Armani in Argentina's 23-man squad for Russia.
Coach Jorge Sampaoli took just minutes to decide on Guzman after Romero's exclusion was announced on Tuesday.
Romero, who was widely expected to be Argentina's first-choice keeper, will need surgery on his right knee.
Guzman, the 32-year old former Newell's Old Boys keeper, has won three league titles in three years with Tigres and been capped six times for the national side but just once since 2015, in last summer's 6-0 friendly win over Singapore.
He will form part of the squad for Argentina's farewell friendly against Haiti on May 29.
Argentina, runners-up to Germany four years ago, have been drawn in Group D with Iceland, Croatia and Nigeria.