Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Mexican boxer Alvarez threatens Lionel Messi over a video of a dressing room celebration

Mexican boxer Alvarez threatens Lionel Messi over dressing room celebration video


Canelo Alvarez, a Mexican boxer, made a threat against Lionel Messi, the superstar of Argentina, on Monday for celebrating in the dressing room after Argentina beat Mexico in the FIFA World Cup Group C match in Qatar.


The celebration video, which showed the Argentine forward using his foot to push a Mexican jersey away, offended Alvarez.


Interesting video of Messi "Kicking a Mexico pullover" while simply attempting to remove his boots.https://t.co/etF7g4fLBZ https://t.co/S9pIZOocSk


— FELA GRANDSONšŸ˜Ž (@jerriejerrie_) 1669585329000


The Paris Holy person Germain forward scored a splendid opening objective to set Argentina en route to an essential 2-0 success subsequent to losing their most memorable match 1-2 to Saudi Arabia.


In the locker room, Lionel Messi kicks and then stands on a Mexico shirt.This is repugnant.Assuming this was Ron… https://t.co/5EHVl9Uexd


— Mu. ("Have you seen Messi cleaning the floor with our jersey and flag?" (@FutbolMuu) 1669586341000Alvarez, who uses Twitter and has 2.2 million followers, made a post.


"He ought to pray to God that I do not locate him!"Alvarez added in a second Tweet with two emojis of fists, a red face of rage, and a flame.


The feeling is one thing that we all experience, but it's not the only one!Canelo Alvarez (@Canelo) 1669596033000 Messi was taking off his right shoe when he reportedly moved the Mexico shirt that he had exchanged with a Mexican player following Argentina's 2-0 victory.As the Argentines celebrated in the locker room, the shirt was on the ground.


Messi is leading the celebration in the dressing room. @Otamendi #FIFAWorldCup #TeamArgentina https://t.co/SO0v8XI7gd — Juliet Bawuah (@julietbawuah) 1669501890000 Messi was taking off his right shoe when he moved the Mexico shirt he had exchanged with a Mexican player after Argentina's 2-0 win. It appears that he did so without intending to do so.As the Argentines celebrated in the locker room, the shirt was on the ground.


Sergio "Kun" Aguero, a former Argentina forward, came to Messi's defense.


On Twitter, he said, "Mr. Canelo, don't go finding excuses or creating trouble; you certainly don't know soccer or what happens in a locker room."After a match, the sweaty shirts are always on the floor.


Cesc Fabregas, a former player for Spain, also defended Messi, saying that it's normal for players to leave their shirts on the ground before they can be washed. Mexico must win their final Group C match on Wednesday against Saudi Arabia if they want to make the last 16.To guarantee a spot in the knockout stages, Argentina must defeat Poland, but a draw between Mexico and Saudi Arabia would suffice.

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