Will Lionel Messi Play in Argentina’s FIFA World Cup Qualifier Fixture Against Uruguay?

Find out everything about whether FC Barcelona great, Lionel Messi will feature in Argentina's next fixture against Uruguay or not.

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Lionel Messi has been suffering from a knee and hamstring injury and did not play in the last two games for his club, Paris Saint Germain. Even before that, he was subbed off at half-time in the match against Lille at Ligue-1.

There is some really positive news coming for Argentina fans. There are reports that Lionel Messi can play for his national side in a match against Uruguay during the ongoing international break.

Interestingly, it is after quite a long time when Messi has missed a couple of matches because of an injury. However, he looks fit and fine right now and is likely to feature in the match against Uruguay on November 13, 2021. The 6-time ballon d’or winner will most probably meet his old friend and one of the greatest strikers of all time, Luis Suarez, there.

Argentina’s medical staff gives clearance to Lionel Messi to headline in the match against Brazil

Di Maria and Lionel Messi - FirstSportz
Lionel Messi with Angel Di Maria

According to some sources, Argentina’s medical team has already given a thumbs up to Messi to feature in the match against Brazil on November 17, 2021. Thus, there are high chances that he can sits on the bench in the match against Uruguay and later play for some time in order to regain his momentum.

This also indicates that the FC Barcelona legend is healing quickly and will not miss any more matches for Paris Saint Germain. This is some good news for the club as they have some quite crucial Champions League matches in the upcoming weeks.

Lionel Messi has had a wonderful year with Argentina so far. He won his first international trophy earlier this year and was named the man of the tournament at the Copa America 2021 as well. Will he be able to carry forward his great form and score for Argentina in the coming two games?

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