Football NewsFabregas thinks Lionel Messi can silence his critics
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Despite a mid-week assist, Lionel Messi was criticized for missing a penalty but Fabregas says it’s at your own risk to write it off.


What did Fabregas say about Lionel Messi?

The Argentinian has a lot of work to do at PSG, according to the former Barcelona team-mate, who believes Messi can silence his critics at the Parc des Princes. Lionel Messi, who moved up to the Ligue 1 giants ahead of the current campaign to end a lifetime association with Blaugrana, has likely struggled to fulfill his world-class promise for the Pochettino side.

Despite passing an assist for winner Kylian Mbappé against Real Madrid in this week’s Champions League last-16 tie pair, Lionel was once again under wraps after missing an earlier penalty – but Cesc Fabregas warned detractors were writing off the reigning Ballon d’Or holder at one’s own risk.

Cesc Fabregas stated that he read things from people who must not have seen him play against Real Madrid. Not being a star, Messi played a good game. Lionel Messi put Kylian through on goal in the first half with a pass that none of the other 21 players could pull off. he missed a penalty. So what? To condemn him for this seems ridiculous to him.

Fabregas remembers Luis Enrique’s first year as Barcelona coach, in which Lionel was criticized a lot. There was a crisis around this. Then Barcelona won the trill. Something similar could happen now. According to Cesc Fabregas, he understands that stories need to be sold, but we are talking about a player who can make his words eat in a second. With Lionel, you always have to be careful, just in case. There’s a lot more ahead.


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Kylian’s matcher at the end of an injured time sealed a decisive victory for Paris Saint-Germain against a club he was widely leaning towards joining in the summer when his contract expires, although reports have surfaced in recent days of a new deal for France. Cesc does not feel that even if Kylian joins, it will affect the potential for Barça’s resurgence, adding that this is life. Real Madrid also had Ronaldo and Barcelona never stopped winning. A huge player is about to move on to his big rivals, but Xavi has a lot of young talent. Barcelona is in good hands according to Fabregas.