See photo taken from Leo Messi's first match for Barcelona
This picture shows the first day Lionel Messi played for Fc Barcelona. This picture was taken after his debut match against FC Porto. Lionel Andrés Messi is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a forward and captains both Spanish club Barcelona and the Argentina national team. Since his debut agaisnst FC Porto, Leo Messi has 700 goals and 296 assists in 863 games and Messi holds the records for most goals in La Liga (447), a La Liga and European league season (50), most hat-tricks in La Liga (36)
Check Out 4 Footballers Who Don't Like Messi.
1) Cristian Tello Ex Barcelona winger could have a brighter future with Blaugrana, however, it's rumoured that one of his personal reasons for leaving the club was tough relation with Leo Messi. Just after one of Barca's La Liga games, the TV experts decoded the words which were said by Leo after an unlucky attacking effort: "What're you doin'? You're no one. You're here just to pass the ball to me." Cristian was then loaned to Porto and Fiorentia before he finally left the club for Real Betis back in 2017.
Atletico's Luis Suarez says Lionel Messi's Barça situation "hurts him"
Luis Suarez, who is in quarantine after testing positive for the coronavirus during a national team check, defended his friend Leo Messi in a statement on Uruguay's 'Punto Penal' programme. The current Atletico striker is also coming to terms with the criticism that the internationals have received for not respecting the security measures by Covid-19 and recognises that he is very upset about not participating last Saturday in Atletico-Barcelona. In the conversation with the Uruguayan '9', the name of Leo Messi
Barça boss Koeman explains decision to rest Messi and De Jong
The team faces the Champions League match against Dynamo Kiev with numerous casualties, such as Pique or Sergi Roberto In the list of players called up to travel to Ukraine, the absence of both the Argentinean Leo Messi and the Dutch midfielder Frenkie De Jong stands out. Koeman has commented on the matter that "the situation of Champions League is quite good with 9 points and it is a good moment to give rest to these two players". Therefore, the possibility that they could suffer some physical problem after
Four Clubs Lionel Messi Follows On Instagram
Lionel Messi is one of the most followed football players on Instagram with 168 million followers, he is just behind CR7. But he only follows 233 accounts on the social network, only four of them are football clubs. Obviously, the Argentinian follows FC Barcelona, the club he has played at since he started as a pro. While La Pulga follows his club on Instagram. He might want to unfollow it in real life. Messi has on many occasions expressed his desire to leave, he stunned the entire football world in the summer
Three Barcelona stars missing in training.
As of last week players across the world participate in fixtures of their country. Some of them could not due to injuries and positive result test of Covid-19, soon after all players are suppose to return to training camp because of weekend fixture. Barcelona is one of the team who have greatly being affected because not all players have returned. Only three players were missing for the return session; Leo Messi, Frenkie de Jong and Miralem Pjanic. All three were absent with permission from the Dutch coach
Is Messi Leaving Barca? See What Barcelona Coach Said When He Was Asked About Messi's future(Photos)
The past few months hasn't been the best for Lionel Messi. So many things have happened which of course rise up speculations of him leaving Barcelona. For now, six-time Ballon d’Or winner Messi remains on the books at Camp Nou, but it remains to be seen whether he will still be at Barca beyond the summer of 2021 due to his contract expiring. By the end of the season, the decision to continue at Barca lies in the hands of Messi base on his contract. Messi and Barcelona are preparing to face Atletico Madrid
Here’s how Ronald Koeman is preparing Barcelona for a Messi-less future
Leo Messi is without a shadow of a doubt one of, if not the single greatest player to ever play the game. While there have been stumbling blocks for La Pulga throughout his career, none have been so prominent as the one he faces right now. A statistics published by ‘The xG Philosophy’ indicates that Messi’s xG (expected goals) from open play is 4.33. However, the Barcelona captain has only managed to net one goal that was not from the penalty spot. While Messi’s xG underperformance is the highest
Check out what Pep Guardiola said about Messi's career in Barcelona
City were known to be the front runners to sign Messi last summer as he demanded to leave Camp Nou during the bitter contract dispute. Which culminated with the 33 year old reluctantly staying put at the camp Nou. City says the only problem with the Argentine star is his age and wages. This would turn out to be a push over and regrettable excuse for City's management if another premier league team purchases Messi. Well, who could afford him? Pep says he wants Messi to end his career at Barcelona. Pep Guardiola
Leo Messi is not a happy man. He's having his worst ever start to a League campaign.
It feels like Barcelona are in the post-Messi slump we all knew was coming, except he's still there. Three goals and no assists from his first 8 league games is Messi's worst start of a La Liga season since 2005-06 (1 goal, 1 assist). He was 18 years old at that time. It’s nearly December and Messi has only 14 open play goals for club and country all year. Messi's time at FC Barcelona is coming to an end. A fit firing and interesting Messi would have Barca up the top as always. No coincidence they're down