Probably only winning the World Cup will put a real stamp on the career of Leo Messi, who is considered by many to be the greatest player in history, but until then, and most likely even after, the battles between his and Cristiano Ronaldo's camps will continue.
Yesterday (Saturday), Messi provided another great display with a wonderful goal that put Argentina ahead against Australia.
The game ended 1:2 to Albiselesta and the flea at the end also won to be the outstanding player of the game.
The English commentator Piers Morgan was quick to comment on the BBC broadcasts, which he claims are praising Messi excessively: "The incessant adoration of Messi on the BBC is becoming frighteningly insane. Fear that one of them might have an 'accident' in the studio. Calm yourselves, lads . He had a good game against an average team. Look how he plays against a good team."
Gary Lineker, the legend of the past and the commentator of the present could not resist, re-shared Morgan's tweet and wrote: "Good to see you briefly emerge from Ronaldo's *** to express your opinion."
The relentless Messi fan-girling by the whole BBC punditry team is getting excruciatingly obsequious.
Getting worried one of them might have an 'accident' in the studio.
Calm yourselves, lads.
He had a good game against an average side.
See how he does against a good team.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) December 3, 2022
Good to see you emerge briefly from deep inside the bowels of Ronaldo to express your opinion.
— Gary Lineker 💙💛 (@GaryLineker) December 3, 2022 Were we wrong?
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