Unveiling Argentina’s Astonishing Messi Secret That Left Everyone Speechless!

Lionel Messi of Argentina celebrates his goal in the second half against Jamaica at Red Bull Arena on September 27, 2022 in Harrison, New Jersey....

Recently, the Argentina team coach revealed the extremely special relationship between his students and Lionel Messi.

Recently, coach Lionel Scaloni spoke with AFA Estudio as part of the interviews of the program called Camino a la Tercera. Here, the 44-year-old strategist mentioned the importance of unity in his 2022 World Cup winning squad.
Lionel Messi of Argentina lifts the trophy with teammates after winning the final of Copa America Brazil 2021 between Brazil and Argentina at...

Scaloni said: “At the team level, the class between the big teams is not too different, but the cohesion makes the difference. To give you an example: Cuti (Cristian Romero), (Nahuel) Molina or Lisandro (Martínez) would be willing to cut each other’s veins.”
Lionel Messi of Argentina celebrates with teammate Sergio Agüero after scoring the third goal of his team during a Group A match between Argentina...

“They know each other for a long time, are together all day and one person’s mistakes can be smaller because the other person lends him money, tells him ‘nothing is wrong’ or corrects each other. It’s It seems meaningless, but I don’t see it as meaningless. I find it important,” the Argentine coach reassured.

Commenting that there is very good solidarity between the players, Scaloni also gave an example of the situation that happened with Lionel Messi: “The fact is that they consider Leo the best player in history, in the same way they do with him… they will sacrifice their lives for him. That makes a difference and in football it means a lot.”

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Argentine players are willing to sacrifice their lives for Messi. Photo: GETTY

Scaloni also spoke in an interview with AFA Estudio about the close relationship that exists between the entire coaching staff of the Argentine National Team and the players.

“Being so close together, everything affects us more, good and bad are clear. Everything affects the whole team. If someone has a family problem, it affects us . The whole team feels like a family ,” Scaloni admitted.

“We don’t all feel that we are coaches, that we stand aside and motivate… Each person’s role is clearly divided, but on an emotional level it’s true. “It’s hard to believe. I love them so much and they belong together,” the world champion coach affirmed.

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