Messi Takes Argentina To 2018 World Cup | But Messi Might Be In Trouble

Report Says: Lionel Messi could face a ban after he allegedly swore at officials during Argentina’s 1-0 World Cup qualifier win over Chile on Thursday.

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Messi scored the game’s only goal with an early penalty, giving Argentina continued hope of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. A first-half goal from Lionel Messi from the penalty kick spot upraised Argentina to a 1-0 persuade Chile on Thursday in World Cup Qualifying. With the result, Argentina moves to third in the standings, while Chile goes in sixth.


However, Messi was caught on camera swearing at Marcelo Vangasse and Dewson Silva, the officials taking charge of the match, and the incident could land the Barcelona forward a ban.
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​​Radio La Red have confirmed the incident was enclosed within the referee’s report of the match which Messi may receive a Fifa ban ought to authorities take additional action. Messi was targeted by Chile players throughout the match, unceasingly being hacked and below the belt tackled, and argued with officers at regular.

Messi can currently need to see whether or not he’s met with a world ban, a suspension that may probably derail Argentina’s bid to qualify for the planet Cup.


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