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Lionel Messi reveals how his Copa America's triumph changed his holiday atmosphere

Argentina's skipper, Lionel Messi, after several failed attempts, has revealed how the atmosphere in his home, following Argentina's triumph over Brazil in the Copa America final, has changed.

In his well-decorated career, the six (6) times Ballon D'or winner, 'prior' to July 11, Lionel Messi had reportedly suffered from postmatch heartaches, as he had tried thrice to lead Argentina to an international glory to no avail.

However, coming from Argentina's victory over Brazil in the 2020 Copa America final, Lionel Messi, speaking to ESPN Argentina, has revealed the impact winning the title and putting an end to his international woes, had in his home during the holidays.

Firstly, Lionel Messi, speaking on how much the Copa America final triumph meant to him, said, “everything I won was important and beautiful, but this was the most difficult because I went through many things. It was knock after knock.

Going forward, as he spoke about the impact of the Copa America's triumph on him, Lionel Messi said, "I finally had happy holidays from the first day to the last. Before, I was bitter, and now it was different from start to finish.”

Revealing the new normal, Lionel Messi said, “my children sing Argentina songs all the time, they remember the final against Brazil, and for me, it's spectacular to see how they enjoy that. Every other minute, they tell me, 'Dad, you were champion.”

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