The great football player Lionel Messi explained to his wife his act after the victory of the Argentina national team at the World Cup.
How was everything?
After the World Cup final, the Argentine star waved to his family in the stands and verbally said “that’s it” in a now-famous gesture. Lionel Messi went viral, with the world championship-winning captain caught in a moment of joy. The Argentine explained the moment in his first interview since the World Cup on Monday afternoon.
What did Lionel Messi say?
Argentina captain Lionel Messi explained it all in an interview with Argentine radio: “Why did I say ‘that’s it’ to Antonela? Because it was over, after so much time, so much suffering,” Lionel said. According to him, there were times when he suffered a lot with the national team, many disappointments, lost the finals. Messi has received a lot of criticism, of all colors. And Lionel Messi says that his family suffered much more than he did. “It closed the circle that they won the America’s Cup, the World Cup. That’s it. There’s nothing left,” he said.
A little about the topic
The Argentine superstar lifted Argentina’s third-ever World Cup when his side beat France on penalties. It was the end of a dream for GOAT to close his final World Cup appearance for Albiceleste. Messi was also named Player of the Tournament and took home the Ballon d’Or.
What will happen after that for the Argentine?
The Argentine forward may have played in his last World Cup, but the player has yet to announce his international retirement, suggesting a 2024 Copa América is a possibility.