sport

Mexico Captain: The boxer did not understand Messi’s behavior in the dressing room

Mexico Captain: The boxer did not understand Messi’s behavior in the dressing room

Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!

Andres Guardado, captain of the Mexico national team, defended Lionel Messi, after the Argentine star received private threats from a sports boxer, against the background of his accusation of “kicking” the Mexican flag in the dressing room, after their match in the 2022 World Cup.

Argentina succeeded in defeating Mexico (2-0), in the match that was held between them in the second round of the group stage in the World Cup competitions.

Lionel Messi sparked widespread controversy globally, after the pioneers of the social networking site, Twitter, shared a video clip from the Argentine dressing room, in which the 35-year-old appears, kicking the Mexican flag.

Watch Messi kick the Mexican flag in the Argentine dressing room..from here

After the Argentine dressing room incident, Mexican boxer Canelo Alvarez launched a violent attack against Lionel Messi, writing on his Twitter account: “I ask God not to find you.”

And Andres Guardado, the star of Mexico, explained Lionel Messi’s behavior, in an interview with the Argentine network “TYC SPORT”.

Guardado said: “Unfortunately, Canelo (the Mexican boxer) does not understand what is happening in the dressing room. That is why I can understand why he was offended when he saw Mexico’s shirt on the floor.”

He added, “It seems ridiculous to me .. Messi has a lot of great situations, not only with me, but with many other players.”

And the Mexican captain concluded: “When you leave the shirt on the ground, it is because of sweat .. This was my shirt, I exchanged it with Messi .. I also, when I got the Argentine shirt, threw it on the ground and then took it with me to wash it.”

Participate in the Yallakora predictions competition for the World Cup matches and win valuable prizes..from here




#Mexico #Captain #boxer #understand #Messis #behavior #dressing #room

Related Articles

Back to top button