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    The captain always has the last word – Lionel Scaloni on Messi’s leadership

    Football   |   January 18, 2023

    Argentina’s manager Lionel Scaloni has revealed that Lionel Messi always has the final word with the players before they take the field. Scaloni and Messi led Argentina to their third World Cup title in December after they defeated France on penalties.

    Messi was able to lead from the front as he scored a total of seven goals and also provided three assists in the quadrennial event and thus he won the Golden Ball award. The talisman scored one goal and provided an assist in the all-important semi-final against Croatia whereas he scored a brace against Les Bleus in the final.

    Messi has all the experience under his belt and he was able to get the best out of his players in the World Cup.

    Speaking to El Partidazo de Cope, Scaloni said, “The captain always has the last word. I speak and then they meet each other. The captain speaks as always, to the eleven who are set to go out on the field. I am never a part of that because it is their moment and it is unique. It is a top moment for a player.”

    On the other hand, speaking to El Cohete a la Luna, renowned musician Carlos El Indio Solari slammed Messi’s critics.

    “The ‘cold chest’ ate the cup. I saw him play with an invincible soul, in front of whoever he was. He had to be the captain, not only in football terms, and he bankrolled it. And even so, it was dramatic.”

    “On the channels that are on the air 24 hours a day, they end up saying nonsense that people buy as if they were the gospel. And the day the woman gored them, they get up and grab him. It was a group of journalists, yes, using their tricks and breaking their balls.”

    Messi is currently playing for Ligue 1 club PSG Saint-Germain.

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