Mexican football player Guardado has described boxer Alvarez’s criticism of Messi as “nonsense”.
MOSCOW, November 29 – RIA Novosti. Andres Guardado, captain of the Mexican national football team, described world boxing champion Saul Canelo Alvarez’s criticism of Argentine forward Lionel Messi as nonsense.
On November 26, the Argentina national team defeated the Mexican team at the World Cup in Qatar with a score of 2: 0. Messi had a goal and an assist. Later, a video appeared on the Internet showing the Argentina national team from the locker room after the match, showing Messi stepping on a Mexican T-shirt. After this video, the Mexican boxer criticized Messi’s behavior, calling it an insult to Mexico.
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“Leo is very respectful, he told me a lot of detail. (Canelo’s) words are used to provoke discussion and encourage something. There is no other explanation. He has never been in the locker room and does not understand. I saw Canelo’s words. The Mexican football player said, “He felt humiliated. He tweeted, but it shouldn’t be taken seriously.”
Alvarez is the World Boxing Association (WBA Super), World Boxing Organization (WBO), World Boxing Council (WBC) and International Boxing Federation (IBF) super middleweight champion.
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