Superstar Argentine Lionel Messi: Argentine athlete Lionel Messi has declared that the Qatar 2022 World Cup will be his last match.
“This World Cup is undoubtedly my last. I have fantastic physical health, and this year, unlike last year, I was able to have a strong preseason. It was crucial for me to arrive where I am, with a positive outlook and lots of hope,” he said in a Thursday interview with ESPN Argentina.
The 35-year-old football player, who has won every major trophy save the World Cup, is regarded as one of the all-time greats.
Worry Surrounding the World Cup
\”The World Cup is causing anxiety and trepidation.\”
Messi continued, \”We can\’t wait for it to start.\” He will be participating in his fifth major event.
He made his debut for his country in 2005, and he presently holds the record with 90 goals scored in a single campaign.
Lionel Scaloni-led Argentina Team
Captured by Lionel Scaloni, Argentina\’s team will begin the league as one of the favorites because it has gone 35 games without losing.
Argentina lost to Germany 1-0 in the final game in 2014 due to a stoppage-time goal by Mario Götze, and that was the closest the team has come to winning the World Cup since Messi\’s debut. In 2018, Argentina was disqualified from the contest after falling to France 4-3 in the round of 16.