“I enjoy him just like you”- Argentina coach draws a parallel between Lionel Messi and Roger Federer

Lionel Scaloni becomes emotional about Lionel Messi and compares him to Roger Federer

Argentina coach compares Lionel Messi to Roger Federer
Argentina coach compares Lionel Messi to Roger Federer

The seven-time Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi has received heartwarming remarks from Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni, who compares him to Swiss tennis great Roger Federer. Given that it links two as-yet-uncrowned sports kings, the statement gained a lot of attention from fans and rapidly went viral.

Argentina coach Lionel Solani said about Messi via TyC Sports,

“I enjoy him just like you. He is like Federer.”

Since 2018, Lionel Scaloni has done a fantastic job with the Argentina National Team. Every football fan has always enjoyed talking about and watching the relationship he has with Messi. According to Lionel Scaloni, Messi has never let him down in any way, and he enjoys him.

Without a doubt, Federer is among the best tennis players in history and in all sports. By drawing parallels between Messi and such a legend, Scaloni is demonstrating how much respect and confidence he has for Messi. Argentina defeated Jamaica 3-0 in their most recent match, with two goals from Leo Messi.

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Lionel Messi: The Roger Federer of Football

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Superstar Argentine footballer Lionel Messi has a knack for surprising people. Unquestionably one of the best football players in history. a player who places more emphasis on the team’s success than his own victory. Leo Messi was always the model and someone everybody should strive to emulate.

He played his entire career for the Spanish team Barcelona before being signed as a free agent by Paris Saint-Germain of Ligue 1. He began his career in 2003 and has since become as important to the world of football as Federer is to tennis. Fans hope to see a lot more of their hero.

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