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Messi

(ˈmɛsɪ)
n
(Biography) Lionel (Andrés). (ljoˈnel anˈdres) born 1987, Argentinian footballer; a prolific goalscorer for both Barcelona (from 2004) and Argentina (from 2005)
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Summary: Leeds [UK], July 24 (ANI): Argentine striker Lionel Messi has been given a USD 1500 fine by South America's football governing body, CONMEBOL over his comments about the federation's corruption during the recently concluded COPA America.
by Martin Mazur, AIPS Media Messi will now be suspended and will miss the start of the Qualifiers for Qatar 2022.
Colombia v Paraguay 8pm Qatar v Argentina 8pm LIONEL MESSI has been urged to be taken out of the firing line - for the sake of Argentina's and his interests.
LIONEL MESSI has been urged to get out of the firing line - for the sake of his and Argentina's interests.
He was too young, too shy, too special.Argentina have always known that Lionel Messi is a rare gem, to be treated with extreme care.
The borders of our allegiances were fortified last week when Messi transformed an uncertain Barcelona performance against Liverpool into a comprehensive victory with a free-kick of such stunning brilliance that it left mouths agape all over the world and those of us who were there in the stadium staring at each other in astonishment.
JURGEN KLOPP says Liverpool are ready to "suffer and fight like crazy" to end Lionel Messi's Champions League dream.
Lionel Messi made sure there was no memorable Champions League comeback for Manchester United at Camp Nou this time.
Lionel Messi has officially moved ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo as the all-time top goalscorer in Europe's top five leagues.
JAER has warned his Manchester United defence they can't spend too much time worrying about Lionel Messi.
Lionel Messi put in a match-winning performance for Barcelona against fierce rivals Espanyol on Saturday - but he was very fortunate not to receive his marching orders late on.
Lionel Messi lead the way with two goals and two assists as Barcelona reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League in style by thrashing Olympique Lyonnais 5-1 at home on Wednesday and advancing by the same scoreline on aggregate.