The night Lionel Messi asked for the shirt … the rival team’s coach

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Mircea Lucescu, coach of Dinamo Kiev, faced Leo with the aim of keeping the jersey in the Champions League.

Lionel Messi is the great figure in world football. Having remained in the elite of soccer for more than 15 years places him as a legend of the game. In that sense, many rivals are clouded when they face the Argentine star. And this time the one that came out fired to ask for the shirt to Leo it was Mircea Lucescu, the coach of Dynamo Kiev.

As soon as the game ended in which Barcelona beat the Ukrainian team 2-1 for the third round of Group G of the Champions League, the Romanian interrupted Messi’s quick walk to let him know his request.

And although he did not give it to her at the time, the flea he stayed for a few seconds chatting and told him that he was going to give him the coat.

Of course, it is not understood if he will give it on Tuesday, November 24 when they travel to Ukrainian lands or if he sent it directly to the visiting dressing room.

Messi was precisely among the most prominent of the Barsa: he made and converted the penalty (the five goals he made this season were through that route) that opened the scoring and the goalkeeper took a free kick that went directly to the right angle.

After having taken several steps forward, the performance of the Catalan team returned to leave little taste. It is that again he showed serious shortcomings to defend the fast transitions that Dinamo Kiev proposed every time he recovered the ball.

Even beyond having stayed with the three points, the great figure was Marc ter Stegen. In fact, they were lucky enough to have their rival disallowed. That is why Ronald Koeman will have a lot of work to do if he wants to fight when the competition gets more demanding.


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