Lionel Messi performance against Getafe in the 5:3 win on Wednesday night is the talk of the moment as the Argentine International refused to play a penalty that could have made him scored an Hat Trick in the game.
Messi opened the goal scoring in the 8th minutes of the game after converting a beautiful assist from Sergio Bosquet.
The Argentine scored his 24th goal of the season with the good strike before scoring his second goal of the game on the 33 minutes of the first half.
The 6 times Balloon de'or Award winner Messi could have scored Hat Trick in the game when Barcelona was awarded a penalty in the 90+3 minutes of the second half.
Instead Lionel Messi playing the penalty and edging pass Christiano Ronaldo in the golden boot race, the Argentine International gave the penalty to Anthonio Griezmann who have not scored in the match.
It was a kind gesture from the Barcelona Super star and according to records, that's not the first time Lionel Messi is doing such to his team mates.
Messi is known for the kind gesture when it comes to leaving his team mates okay a penalty in the match most especially when he is about to score an Hat trick.
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