Winner of the Ballon d’Or an incredible seven times The concerns regarding Lionel Messi’s injury appear to be more serious than was initially anticipated. During PSG’s match against Benfica in the UEFA Champions League, the Argentine international player was taken off early due to exhaustion and replaced by another player.
The head coach of Paris Saint-Germain, Christophe Galtier, has now confirmed that the player, who is 35 years old and has been sidelined due to injury, will not be available for Sunday’s Ligue 1 game against Reims.
What exactly took place with Lionel Messi?
Lionel Messi will not play for Paris Saint-Germain against Reims, as confirmed by head coach Christophe Galtier during a press conference held prior to the match on Friday. Messi suffered a minor calf injury while playing for PSG against Benfica on Wednesday, and the injury required him to sit out the UEFA Champions League match.
“During the Champions League match, he submitted a request to be replaced (against Benfica on Wednesday). Although he is experiencing some discomfort in his calf, he plans to resume his normal training schedule on Sunday “during his pre-game press conference, Galtier made the following statement.
The French coach continued by saying that the Argentine international is not the only star player who is injured, as the full-back Nuno Mendes will be sidelined for three weeks with a muscle injury. This information was provided after the French coach stated that the Argentine international was injured. While this is going on, Kylian Mbappe has also been diagnosed with a throat infection.
Threat by a man with a gun
“The aim is to deliberately cause terror in the population and discourage those of us who are fighting against criminal violence, knowing that it will be an event of global significance,” Celia Arena, a justice minister in the region, wrote on social media. “The aim is to deliberately cause terror in the population and discourage those of us who are fighting against criminal violence.”
The mayor, Javkin, has lashed out at the federal authorities for their inability to stop the violence in Argentina that is related to the trafficking of drugs.