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Lionel Messi Lifestyle 2021!


Lionel Messi Lifestyle 2021!









The most popular football player at the moment is Lionel Andres Messi. He is better known as "Messi". Lionel Messi was born on June 24, 1986 in Rosario, Argentina. His father's name was Jorge Horacio. He worked in a steel factory. And his mother, Celia Maria Kuchchittini, is a part-time cleaner. Lionel Andres Messi's ancestral family was originally from Acona, Italy. Her ex-husband Angelo Messi moved to Argentina in 183. Messi has two older brothers, Rodrigo and Matthias, and a younger sister. Her younger sister's name is Maria Sol. Messi started playing football for his local club when he was just five years old. His father was Jorge Horacio and his father was the first coach in his life.

Messi joined Newell's Old Boys, a club based in Salb Rosario in 1995. He became part of a local youth wearing-power. Who lost only one game in the next four years, and became known locally as "The Machine of 7". The reason for calling them is that they were born in 1986. Messi was diagnosed with growth problems when he was just 11 years old. Local club River Plate showed their interest in Messi but at the time they were unable to afford his medical expenses.

She needed about 900  USD per month for this treatment. At that time, you can know about the extraordinary talent of the then sports director of Barcelona, ​​Carles Rexas Messi. And later Messi was very impressed with the game. At that time, he signed a contract with Messi's father on a napkin paper without any paper in hand. And Barcelona agreed to pay for all Messi's treatment.

There, Messi was made a member of Barcelona's youth academy, La Masia. Messi has been living with his girlfriend Antonella Roccuzzia since 2006. Antonella gave birth to two sons.


Thiago was born on November 2, 2012 and was born on September 11, 2015.


And later on July 1, 2016, they got married with great pomp.


Lionel Andres Messi played football at the Barcelona Youth Academy's Infantil B, Cadet B, and Cadet and team from 2000 to 2003. When Messi played in the mud, he scored 36 goals in 30 games. And in 2003 he was dropped from the club due to financial constraints. But the club's management council decided to keep him in the team due to the pairing of the youth team. Messi made his La Liga debut as Barcelona's third youngest player on 16 October 2004 against Espinolver. At 17 years and 118days old.

On 1 May 2005, Messi became the youngest player to score in La Liga against Balompay in Albas. This record was broken by Boan Kirkich in 2006. Boan scored the goal from Messi's side. "I will never forget that he started my career," said Messi's former coach Frank Rijkaard.


When Messi was only 16 or 17 years old, he had confidence in me. In that season, Messi also played for Barcelona B team and scored 6 goals in 16 matches.

On September 26, 2005, Messi was granted Spanish citizenship. He got a chance to play in the Los League. On 16 September, Messi made his debut in the Champions League against Italian club Udinese at home. When Messi took to the field, he was greeted by a crowd at Camp Nou. Messi has scored 6 goals in 18 games in La Liga and 1 goal in 6 games in the Champions League.

On 7 March 2006, Messi broke his right knee in the second leg of the second leg of the Champions League against Chelsea. As a result, he had to end the season at that time. Under Rijkaard that season, Barcelona finished the season as champions of Spain and Europe.


In the 2006-2007 season, Messi established himself as a regular player in the Soul. And scored 14 goals in 26 games.


On 12 November, Messi broke his leg during a game against Zaragoza, leaving him out for three months. Messi scored a hat-trick in El Clsico on 10 March, the game was drawn 3-3.

Messi is the youngest footballer to score in the Clasico. Towards the end of the season, Messi started to score more goals than before. 11 of his 14 goals in the league came from the last 13 games. That season, Messi repeated some of the legendary goals of legend Diego Maradona and established himself as the "new Maradona".

On 17 April 2006, Messi scored a pair of goals against Khetaf in the Copa del Rey semi-final.


One of the goals was Maradona's goal against Inland in the quarter-finals of the 198 World Cup


Like the second goal, Messi scored a goal against Espanyol, which was similar to Maradona's "Hand of God" goal. That was Maradona's first goal in the quarter-finals of the 1986 World Cup.


On 22 September 2006, Messi led Barcelona to a 2-0 victory over Sevilla.


On 28 February, Messi made his 100th official appearance for Barcelona against Valencia. The Barcelona-based newspaper El Mundo Depetrov and the Daily Sport demanded that the Ballon d'Or be given to Messi that year. Francesco Totti described Messi as the best footballer of all time.


He finished third behind Messi, Kaka and Cristiano Ronaldo at the 2006 Ballon d'Or, and second behind Kaka at the FIFA Footballer of the Year award.

In the Champions League match against Celtic on 4 March, Messi suffered a left leg muscle injury and was sidelined for six weeks. This is the fourth time in three seasons that Messi has suffered a similar injury.


Messi has scored six goals and assisted one in the Champions League this season, although Barcelona lost to Manchester United in the semi-finals.


During the season, Messi scored 17 goals and assisted 13 goals in all competitions for Barcelona.

 In 2006, he finished second in the FIFA Footballer of the Year award with 6 points. Messi scored his first hat-trick in a Copa del Rey match against Atletico Madrid in 2009.


Barcelona have won three La Liga Copa del Rey Champions League titles in a single season. That season, Messi scored 36 goals in all competitions for Barcelona and helped Messi to 17 goals.


On 16 September, Messi signed a new contract with Barcelona until 2017. The deal is valued at  250 million EURO  and increases Messi's annual income to. 9.5 million EURO.


On December 1, 2009, Messi was named the winner of the Ballon d'Or.







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