Watch Video: Lionel Messi Shares a emotional video after winning the world cup


Watch Video: Leo Messi Shares a emotional video after winning the world cup


Following his World Cup victory, Lionel Messi posted an emotional video and a touching letter that mentioned Diego Maradona. Let’s watch a video of Leo Messi sharing an emotional video after winning the World Cup.

Lionel Messi, the captain of Argentina and a seven-time Ballon d’Or winner, has shared an emotional video detailing his journey from Grandoli to Qatar’s 2022 FIFA World Cup victory. Argentina defeated France on penalties in the Lusail Stadium in Qatar, and Messi led his team to their third World Cup victory.

The 35-year-old shared a video on Instagram of himself from his early days as a fledgling footballer to the heartache of the 2014 World Cup final to his victory in Qatar.


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 Lionel Messi’s Emotional Note

 Lionel Messi wrote in the video’s caption that it had always been his goal for Argentina to win the World Cup.

“It took over 30 years from Grandoli to the World Cup in Qatar.” About thirty years ago, the ball brought me a lot of happiness as well as some sadness.

“Even knowing that I might never give up, I didn’t want to stop trying to achieve my lifelong goal of winning the World Championship,” Messi wrote on Instagram. The 35-year-old continued, “This World Cup is for everyone unable to win it in the 2014 championship.”

“This Cup we won is also a tribute to all the players who fell short in past World Cups we competed in, such as the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, where they all deserved it for the way they battled till the same final, put in a lot of effort, and wanted it just as badly as I did. Even at that terrible ending, we deserved it, said Messi. He continued by saying that Diego Maradona, who inspired the team from heaven, is being honored by this World Cup.

“It’s from Diego too, who inspired us from above.” And of all those who spent the time consistently benching the National Team, not so much because of the outcome as much as because of the effort we always put in, even when things didn’t go as we had hoped.

And of course, it comes from this lovely group that was created, the technical team, and every member of the national team who, while being anonymous, works round-the-clock to make things simpler for us,” Messi continued.

Messi concluded by saying that failure is a necessary part of the path and that success is impossible without it. Failure is frequently a necessary component of growth and learning, and without setbacks, success is improbable. From the bottom of my heart, thank you! Argentina, go!” posted Messi.

The game was knotted 3-3 after 120 minutes of play, but Messi and company defeated France 4-2 in the penalty shootout. To keep the score even in regulation time, Kylian Mbappe scored a hat-trick, but Messi also scored twice. First World Cup for Argentina since Maradona led the Albiceleste to victory in 1986.


After overcoming France to win the World Cup for the first time in 36 years, Argentina raises the trophy.

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