Sergio Aguero’s son has hit out at Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).
Messi has parted ways with PSG. “I have had the privilege of coaching the greatest player in the history of football,” PSG coach Christophe Galtier said in a pre-match press conference on Monday. The match against Clermont will be Messi’s last,” he said.
“Messi will leave PSG at the end of this season,” the club said on its official website on Thursday. We would like to thank him from the bottom of our hearts.” The club announced Messi’s departure on its official website on Thursday.
In his final words, Messi said, “It has been a great pleasure to represent PSG. I really enjoyed playing for this team and with great players. I want to thank the club for giving me a great experience.”
A bittersweet end. Since joining PSG in the summer of 2021, Messi has led the club to the top of the Ligue 1 table for two consecutive seasons. However, he didn’t fulfill 100% of the club’s expectations for him, falling short in the UEFA Champions League (UCL) in back-to-back round-of-16 exits.
Perhaps that’s why PSG fans criticized Messi until the end. They started booing Messi as soon as he was called up to the Parc des Princes. Their frustration grew when Messi missed a crucial scoring chance nine minutes into the second half. They had hated Messi since January and their attitude didn’t change until the end.
Since Messi’s departure, PSG has caught the measles. For starters, PSG lost 1.2 million followers on social media over the weekend alone. According to the UK’s The Sun, PSG had 69.1 million followers before the announcement of Messi’s departure, which dropped to 68.92 million five days after the news broke. Today, it’s down to 68.26 million.
The woes continued in the post. PSG released a series of photos of Messi’s final moments at the club, with the hashtag #MerciMessi.메이저사이트
However, the reaction was cynical, especially from Aguero’s son, Benjamin Aguero, who exploded with a simple comment under the post: “He was too big for you.” In effect, it was a snipe at PSG, saying that the club’s vessel was too small to hold a great player.
Other soccer fans chimed in. “He (Benjamin Agüero) woke up and chose violence,” “Agüero would have been proud,” “Messi’s godson has spoken out,” “No DNA test needed,” and more.