Qatar 2022 The photo of Lionel Messis injury that worries

Qatar 2022: The photo of Lionel Messi’s injury that worries all of Argentina

Mexico.- In the last few hours, a photo of Lionel Messi has gone viral that worries all the fans of Argentina and a large part of the world, prior to his debut in the World Cup against Saudi Arabia.

The aforementioned photo is of Lionel Messi’s left ankle, which appears swollen from an alleged injury.

Lionel Messi was absent from the first practices on Qatari soil, along with other teammates from the starting lineup, as a precaution and to avoid muscular overloads.

However, it is expected that Lionel Messi make your debut smoothly and appear in tomorrow’s duel against Saudi Arabia.

Prior to his debut against Saudi Arabia, Lionel Messi offered a press conference to dispel doubts regarding his presentation in Qatar 2022.

“I feel very good physically. The truth is that I arrive at a great moment both personally and physically, and I don’t have any problem. I heard that they said that I trained differently, it was because I had a blow and as a precaution, but nothing unusual, ”she declared.

Likewise, “La Pulga” thanked the support he has received beyond the Argentine fans and the wishes of other countries to see him world champion.

“It is something beautiful, that many people who are not Argentine want Argentina to be Champion. I am grateful for the love I have received throughout my sports career. The truth is that it makes me happy that there are many people who want the same thing as me, ”he said.

The Argentine National Team headed by Lionel Messi + and the technical director Lionel Scaloni, debuts this Tuesday in activity of Group C of Qatar 2022 against the Saudi Arabian National Team.

La Albiceleste will perform at the Lusail Stadium, this Tuesday morning, central Mexico time.

Later, the Mexican National Team will close the activity of Sector C against Poland; on Saturday the matches of said group will continue

  • Date: Tuesday, November 22.
  • Hours: 04:00 a.m.
  • Transmission: Azteca 7, TUDN and Channel 5

By Rodrigo Solis


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