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World Cup 2022: Messi's coronation is "deserved", publishes Pelé on social networks

2022-12-18T21:52:30.479Z


In a message posted on social networks, Brazilian football legend Pelé congratulated Lionel Messi on his coronation with Argentina … but also the striker of the Blues Kylian Mbappé on his hat-trick with France in the final of the World Cup 2022.


Europe 1 with AFP 10:40 p.m., December 18, 2022, modified at 10:41 p.m., December 18, 2022

In a message posted on social networks, Brazilian football legend Pelé congratulated Lionel Messi on his coronation with Argentina … but also the striker of the Blues Kylian Mbappé on his hat-trick with France in the final of the World Cup 2022.

It's a message of congratulations that will make them happy.

The only player to have won the World Cup three times (1958, 1962, 1970), King Pelé hailed the coronation of Lionel Messi and the incredible performance of Kylian Mbappé in the final of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

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"A deserved trajectory"

For the former glory of Brazilian football, the coronation of Argentinian Lionel Messi at the 2022 World Cup, for his fifth participation in the World Cup, is a "deserved trajectory", commented Brazilian football legend Pelé on Instagram Sunday.

Pelé also praised Morocco, the best African team in the history of the tournament, beaten 2-1 by Croatia in the match for third place on Saturday, "for this incredible campaign".

One of Pelé's daughters, Kely Nascimento, posted a photo of her father receiving a foot massage on Sunday while watching the World Cup final.

According to the latest medical bulletin published on Monday, the Brazilian continues to be treated "in a normal room" - and not in an intensive care unit - and his "vital signs are stable".

Argentina won its third world title on Sunday, after those acquired with Mario Kempes in 1978 and then the other football legend Diego Maradona in 1986.

Source: europe1

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