While Lewandowski admires Mexico, what Messi has to say about El Tri

The Mexican national team has a difficult group for the next World Cup in Qatar and is trying to prepare as best as possible. Unfortunately for Gerardo Martino, injuries have certainly affected his preparation and he has had to make emergency decisions to replace some elements.

The Mexican national team is in group C with Argentina, Saudi Arabia and Poland. Three complicated rivals that will make winning against them a real martyrdom for El Tri. Now, after knowing what Robert Lewandowski thinks about Mexico, which is nothing but respect for the team, Lionel Messi also thinks about El Tri.

Lionel Messi and Robert Lewandowski.
Lionel Messi and Robert Lewandowski.

The captain of the Argentine national team has faced Mexico on numerous occasions, even in World Cups. The Paris Saint-Germain player has some thoughts on the state of Mexican soccer and its current situation.

What did Messi say about the national team?

Lionel Messi spoke to TyC Sports and assured that facing Mexico with Gerardo Martino in charge will not be easy, all because Tata Martino already knows certain elements of the Albiceleste and knows how Lionel Scaloni plays.

He despised the words of Lionel Messi, the lesson of the Argentine to Lewandowski

Lionel Messi lives a spectacular present and makes the fans of Argentina excited, just over two months before the World Cup in Qatar. Now the Argentine captain has taught FC Barcelona striker Robert Lewandowski a lesson after surprisingly leaving Bayern Munich this summer.

Lewandowski is new to Spain, he arrived this season, but he has adapted quickly. He already has eleven goals between La Liga and the UEFA Champions League. However, he still lives under the shadow of the current champion of America 2021, whom he despised a few months ago, after the delivery of the Ballon d’Or.

He despised the words of Lionel Messi, the lesson of the Argentine to Lewandowski
He despised the words of Lionel Messi, the lesson of the Argentine to Lewandowski

SofaScore released the updated ranking of scores of the five best European leagues. Lionel Messi is still the leader, ahead of everyone, including Robert Lewandowski, who is only sixth. Once again Lionel Andres Messi shows that he is the best, at 35 years old.

Lewa’s contempt for Messi

When Lionel Messi received the Ballon d’Or in 2021, which was also his seventh, the Argentine said that Lewandowski deserved the previous year’s award, which was not awarded due to the pandemic. After this, Lewa said that The Best was more important than the award that Lionel won.

Source : elfutbolero

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