Leo Messi has done a lot of magic in the history of football and there are some instances that shows why Leo Messi has won many football titles in his career. In this article,I am going to show you the moment in football that Leo Messi made a player fouled the Referee.
It was a year 2016 in the la liga season and celta de Vigo travelled all the way to camp nou of fc Barcelona to secure a point. The game ended 1-1 in the first half and they came back for the second half after the 15 minutes rest. During the second half,it was seen that Leo Messi got a pass and he saw one of the celta de Vigo players coming to attack him and he turn around at where the referee was exactly standing and the player tackled the referee because of the turn around Leo Messi did.The game ended 6-1 in favour of fc Barcelona and Luiz Suarez won the man of the match because he scored a hat-trick for fc Barcelona.
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