Lionel Messi has shared a picture of him sleeping with the World Cup trophy after his triumph in Argentina. final victory over france.
The Argentine superstar scored twice and scored in a tense penalty shootout at the end of the game.Paris Saint-Germain striker Breaking multiple records in the final On his way to finally picking up the trophy that has eluded him throughout his career.
Messi has seems to suggest that this year’s World Cup will be his last He led the competition, winning the FIFA Ballon d’Or for best player, before leading the South American nation to their first title since 1986.
The 35-year-old later confirmed he was Won’t hang up boots for Argentina after winning game But there will be no mention of the possibility that he will play in another World Cup – he has now played in more World Cups (26) than any other player.
Messi led Argentina to the Copa America last year — it was their first major trophy in three decades — but the pain of not being able to win the World Cup for so many years has persisted as it was the only trophy he had been out of, until now.
The 35-year-old has now uploaded a photo to instagram In the latest iconic photo after Sunday’s final, he sleeps on a bed next to the trophy. Messi captioned the photo: “Good morning!” alongside an emoji of a big smile.
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it appears in Argentine Kay go home follow their world cup win almost turned into a disaster During the open bus parade. Messi He and his teammates landed at Buenos Aires’ Ezeiza International Airport just after 2 a.m. local time on Tuesday. Thousands of fans are waiting for them, lining the streets just to catch a glimpse of the World Cup trophy.
Messi sat on the back of the bus’s top deck as he walked through a street packed with fans as the star joined team-mates Leandro Paredes, Rodrigo DePaul, Angel Di Maria and Nicolas O. Tamendi fought side by side.
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The bus passed under the overhead cable and nearly collided with the star players, who had to move quickly to avoid potentially serious injuries. All players dodged the cables, although the hat Paredes was wearing came off during the incident – showing how a serious accident was narrowly avoided.
A huge party will be centered around the famous Obelisk in Buenos Aires. More than a million people toasted the players Sunday night after their remarkable win, and parades and events are planned throughout the week to celebrate the win.