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Lionel Messi spoke about his injury: “Let’s hope it’s nothing serious”

Lionel Messi spoke about his injury: “Let’s hope it’s nothing serious”
Lionel Messi spoke about his injury: “Let’s hope it’s nothing serious”

The captain of the Argentine team suffered muscle discomfort that set off alarm bells for the remainder of the Copa América. What did the “Flea” say before undergoing studies?

Lionel Messi will undergo medical tests this Wednesday at the Argentine National Team after suffering an adductor injury in his right leg during the match against Chili.

The Argentine captain himself acknowledged that the concern is true. “What do I know? It bothers me a little, but I was able to finish playing. I hope it’s nothing serious. It was at the beginning of the first play. I didn’t feel a puncture, it became hard. It was difficult for me to move freely because of the discomfort. Tomorrow I will see how we continue.”he admitted Messi after the game with the press.

Lionel Messi’s injury worries Scaloni

At this point it is very likely that the great Argentine figure will be preserved before Perusince the “Albiceleste” secured the classification and with one point they will win the zone, regardless of what happens between Canada and Chili.

Besides, Messi revealed that he did not feel the best the days before the game and that could also have played tricks on him against Chili.

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Lionel Messi played against Chile yesterday.

Lionel Messi played against Chile yesterday.

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“I’ve had a sore throat and a fever for a couple of days, maybe that took its toll on me today too”‘Leo’ explained and added about the annoyance: “It’s not something old or something he had, just a contracture. We’ll see.”

In addition, the man from Rosario was consulted about the possible rotation for the match with Perutaking into account that the Argentine National Team First place is practically guaranteed: “See how these days are going, how I’m recovering, but yes, today we took an important step to be classified, but there are many games in a row, many trips, we will start to think about what is coming.”

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