Qatar 2022: 'Kun' Agüero responds to Canelo after controversy against Messi |  Tweet

Sergio ‘Kun’ Aguero, former national team player Argentinacame out in defense of his compatriot Lionel Messiafter the Mexican boxer Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez lashed out at the star after the broadcast of a video where he is apparently seen kicking the ‘Tri’ shirt.

In Twitter, the fighter commented on the following messages for his more than 2.2 million followers.

Did you see Messi cleaning the floor with our shirt and flag???? […] That I ask God that I don’t find it!!

In the images of the Argentine locker room celebrating the victory, Messi appears jumping next to a Mexico shirt that is on the groundby his side.

Messi’s ex-partner, the ‘Kun AgueroIt didn’t take long for him to defend the star and responded to the famous Mexican fighter.

Mr. Canelo, don’t look for excuses or problems, surely you don’t know about football and what happens in a locker room. The shirts are always on the floor after the games are over due to sweat and then, if you see well, he makes the movement to remove the booty and accidentally hits it.

Messi35 years old and who is playing his fifth World Cup, opened the scoring in Argentina’s 2-0 victory over Mexicoin which the ‘albiceleste’ returned to the path of victory after suffering a shocking loss to Saudi Arabia on his debut.

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Twitter exploded in comments against and in favor of the fighterboth types being answered by Cinnamonsome with thanks and others with insults and threats, including david faitelsonMexican sports journalist, native of Israel.

Mexico must ganar their last Group C match against Saudi Arabia on Wednesday to have any chance of reaching the round of 16, while Argentina must beat poland to secure a place in the knockout phase, although a draw would be enough if Mexico and Saudi Arabia also draw.

(With information from Reuters)

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