Football history of Lionel Andrés Messi

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Lionel Andrés Messi (brought into the world 24 June 1987 in Rosario) is an Argentine global football player who at present plays for FC Barcelona in the Primera División, and shows up on Argentina’s national group. Frequently touted in the media as New Maradona, Messi has been openly named as his “successor” by Diego Maradona himself.

He is viewed as the best football player of his age and truly outstanding throughout the entire existence of the game. Messi got a few Ballon d’Or and FIFA World Player of the Year selections by the age of 21, and won in 2009 and 2010.

Lionel Messi was conceived in Santa Fe Province on 24 June 1987. At five years old, he began playing football for Grandoli, a club trained by his dad. In 1995, Messi changed to Newell’s Old Boys. At 11 years old, he was determined to have a development hormone insufficiency.

Waterway Plate demonstrated enthusiasm for Messi’s advancement, however needed more cash to pay for the treatment of the disease, which cost over £500 every month. As Argentina’s economy was falling, Carles Rexach, at that point donning executive of FC Barcelona, was made mindful of Messi’s ability, and Barcelona marked him in the wake of watching him play, offering to take care of for the medicinal tabs on the off chance that he was happy to move to begin another life in Spain. His family moved with the youthful player to Europe and he featured in the club’s childhood groups.

He before long ended up beginning for the Barcelona B group, averaging in excess of an objective for every game, by scoring 35 objectives in 30 matches.

In October 2004, Messi made his authority début for the main group against RCD Espanyol, turning into the third-most youthful player ever to play for FC Barcelona. At the point when he scored his first senior objective for the club against Albacete Balompié on May 1, 2005, Messi was 17 years, 10 months and 7 days old, turning into the most youthful to ever score in a La Liga game for FC Barcelona.

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