Lionel Messi’s Children and his wife Antonela Roccuzzo were ecstatic as they cheered his magnificent goal against Mexico in the FIFA World Cup 2022. Lionel Messi responded admirably to the challenge at hand by scoring an incredible goal for Argentina from outside the penalty area to give his team a 1-0 lead.
In order to strengthen their chances of advancing to the Round of 16, Argentina needed a victory over Mexico. Fans from every corner of the globe have heaped admiration on Lionel Messi after his sensational goal.
Angel di Maria, the player who is credited with setting up Messi’s incredible goal, has now revealed how the Argentina captain prepared the goal after discovering a hole in Mexico’s defense against his team.
Di Maria’s discovery came about as a result of his team’s match against Mexico. Prior to the incredible goal scored by Messi against the Mexicans, Argentina was having trouble producing quality chances. Messi’s goal changed all of that.
Names of Messi’s Children Are Engraved in Golden Lettering on the White Adidas Boots
After that, Enzo Fernandes scored a goal for his team that looped in from the left corner of the penalty area to give his side a 2-0 lead. When asked about Messi’s goal, Di Maria referred to his pass to the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner as a “turd,” but Messi still managed to score despite the difficulty of the situation, as he typically does.
The ideals that Messi holds dear are beautifully encapsulated in a picture of the footwear that he wore during the World Cup in Qatar, and it has gone viral as a result. The names of Messi’s children are engraved in gold lettering on the white Adidas boots.
Thiago, Mateo, and Ciro are the names of his three children, all of whom were born to him and his longtime partner, Antonela Roccuzzo. In addition, the number 10 from Messi’s national team shirt is embroidered onto the back of the boots, making the total number of stitches 10.
Picture Has Now Amassed More Than 16 Lakh Likes Across All Platforms
It is possible to make out Thiago and Mateo’s names and birthdates printed on one side of a boot in an image that was uploaded to the official Facebook page for the UEFA Champions League.
The picture was uploaded on Sunday, and it has now amassed more than 16 lakh likes across all platforms. One reviewer called it “the finest of all time.” Someone else said that it was “made for a legend.”
Messi has now equaled Diego Maradona, the all-time leading scorer for Argentina, with eight goals scored at the World Cup and 21 appearances for the national team.
The surprising loss to Saudi Arabia was followed by Argentina’s victory over Mexico, which moved them to the second spot in Group C and eased concerns about their possible elimination from the competition.
“We knew that today we had to win, that another World Cup was starting for us, and we knew how to achieve it,” Messi was quoted as saying by AFP. “We knew that another World Cup was starting for us.” The only major honour of any significance that the 35-year-old star has yet to achieve is a championship in the FIFA World Cup.