The Argentine national team defeats the critics and is proud to wear Messi Al-Bisht: Definitely a king (photos)
The official account of the Argentine national football team on the social networking site "Twitter" published a picture of the star Lionel Messi during the Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, who gave him a black cloak (bisht), which he wore while standing on the podium and receiving the World Cup.
He wrote, commenting on the photo: “Definitely a king,” proud of this historic moment for Argentine football and legend Lionel Messi in achieving the dream of winning the World Cup title for the third time in the history of “tango” after an absence of 36 years since winning the 1986 World Cup in Mexico led by the late Diego Armando Maradona.
Argentina's pride in wearing Messi's bisht comes to defeat the critics who expressed their dislike for this shot, as the British newspaper "Telegraph" published a comment that Messi's wearing of the bisht is a spoiler for this historical moment while on his way to receive the World Cup, while the former England star commented, saying that this is disrespectful, Former Germany star Michael Ballack also said that this is an exploitation of the Argentine star.
On the other hand, many international media reported Messi's coronation snapshot, noting that the Argentine star lived an exceptional historical moment.
The Argentine newspaper "Olé" headlined its article, "Eternal glory to Messi," reflecting the general feeling in Argentina.
The entire Argentine people were awaiting the coronation of their famous number 10, who joined Diego Maradona in the Museum of the Football Gods.
The Italian newspaper "La Gazzetta dello Sport" said, with a picture of the flea rejoicing with joy, "because Messi is a genius in an ordinary body, or rather in a body that has nothing to do with sports," but "in football, this physical fitness can be sufficient if you have a head." Artist".
For its part, the French newspaper "Le Figaro" praised Messi, saying: "Like Diego Maradona in his era, the stadium icon rose more than ever before the pride of an entire people," in praise of "Messi the Super."
At the age of thirty-five, Messi led Argentina to the top with a performance of "Maradoni", as celebrated by the Spanish sports newspaper "Marca".
The Spanish newspaper "AS" wrote, "The 10 reached glory," after "a life of frustration and mutual lack of understanding between him and his country, with his retirement twice from the national team."
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