” My son asked me, why do they ‘crucify you’ in Argentina?”. : Messi


” My son asked me, why do they want to kill you’ in Argentina?”. : Messi


Barcelona and Argentine superstar Lionel Messi talked about Argentina as he speak with Argentine media on Friday before the Catalan derby

About the growing critosm Lionel Messi said

I dearly want to win something with the national side, I wanted to come back and want to participate in all the big games. When I made the decision to return, there were many who criticised the decision. My 6-year-old son asked me: “Dad, in Argentina why do they want to kill you”. I tell him that it’s just a handful of people. I’ve shown my desire to play for Argentine and don’t need to prove this to anyone”.

Messi’s lack of international success is a false one—no fair observer could describe an Olympic gold medal, three consecutive and four total major tournament finals, a Golden Ball award in his run to the 2014 World Cup final as the tournament’s best player, and the record for most goals ever scored for one of the most storied national teams in the sport, as a failure

By returning to the national team after a long time away, Messi and Argentina have made it pretty clear that they intend to try again to win the Copa this summer in Brazil.