Leo Messi

Leo Messi reaction to Lionel Messi’s moment of magic in Barcelona vs Granada

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Lionel Messi

Lionel Andrés Messi Cuccittini

Position: FW-MF (WM, right)  ▪  Footed: 91% Left

170cm, 72kg (5-6½, 159lb)

Born: June 24, 1987 (Age: 33-201d) in Rosario, Argentina ar

National Team: Argentina ar

Club: Barcelona

Antoine Griezmann got the opener for Barca in the twelfth moment.

Lionel Messi at that point scored two speedy fire objectives, giving the Catalan monsters a 3-0 lead going into half-time. Griezmann scored his second with simply under 30 minutes staying to put a gleam on what was an exceptionally simple triumph.

Messi was experiencing a tough situation toward the beginning of the period.

Be that as it may, he has been returned to his best as of late and he was really exceptional by and by at Nuevo Estadio de Los Cármenes.

Messi figured out how to end his small free-kick dry season on the night. He scored his first free-kick for 178 days, which was the 54th of his vocation.

His child, Mateo, unmistakably appreciated it.

Messi’s better half recorded Mateo’s response when his dad got his splendid set-piece against Granada.

What’s more, he totally cherished it. Watch his response underneath:

Mateo plainly appreciated that and justifiably so.

Messi was kept the opportunity from getting a capping stunt as Ronald Koeman chose to sub him off and give him a rest in the 64th moment.

The Dutch supervisor at that point raved about the Argentine in his post-coordinate meeting.

Barcelona needs Leo, Koeman expressed, per Marca. Due to his significance and adequacy. We need him to battle for titles.

On account of the lead, we had the option to take him off. Messi makes an honest effort for the group and recently, he has been doing well indeed, adequately.

Like the remainder of the group, the beginning of the period was poor, however, he has consistently been roused. Presently he is scoring more, however, he has consistently been included.

Barcelona is currently third in La Liga, four focuses behind Atletico Madrid.

Diego Simeone’s side have three games close by, however, which means Barcelona should continue to win to get an opportunity of getting them