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Of course, Messi’s story is known to everyone.
Here is a story he told himself in his final interview: “I grew up with football all the time. I always played with my brothers, relatives and older people. I loved playing in the neighborhood, and my childhood was spent on the street. Today it is difficult.”
“We played in the neighborhood club, and my grandmother used to take us to training. FOne day there was a player missing from the older team and my grandmother asked the coach to put me with them instead. I convinced him and that’s where it all began.”
“At school I was lazy and that cost me a lot. My behavior was good, but they denied me the ball and that forced me to do well in school.”
“When I was 7 or 8 years old I went to see Newell’s Old Boys at the stadium. I started playing there when I was eight until the age of 12 when I was already in 11-man squads. I started my treatment in Argentina when I was 11 years old, it was very expensive and my father did everything to pay for it.That was difficult.”
“I had tests at River Plate and they told me: come back again. They told me they would pay for the treatment but I had to get Newell’s permission, I didn’t even try because I knew it was impossible.”
“I did 15 days of testing in Barcelona, and on the last day I played a match with an older age group. For me it was great to be in Barcelona, they gave me clothes, shoes and an artificial pitch. I started training and they gave me a ball to warm up myself, I’ve never seen anything like that before.”
What made Messi in front of Mexico?
Touches the ball: 64
Correct passes: 36 out of 41
Key passes: 1
Correct crosses: 0 out of 3
Duos wins: 9 out of 20
Getting errors: 5
Making mistakes: 3
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