Coach of the Iranian national team, Carlos Queiroz wants Lionel Messi banned from football because he’s too good at it. According to the coach, he doesn’t think the football star is a human being.
Queiroz insists the Argentine magician should be suspended by FIFA until he can prove he is not an extra-terrestrial!
The former Real Madrid coach remembers all too well how Messi broke Iranian hearts with a stunning stoppage time winner for Argentina during the group stages of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
And ahead of the 2018 World Cup where Iran have been drawn alongside heavyweights Spain and Portugal, Queiroz told Fifa.com:
“I’ve always said that Messi is an extraordinary player. He’s out of this world. If he were human, he wouldn’t have had that magical moment in that match. I don’t usually like losing, but I didn’t come away from that defeat with a negative feeling. It’s when something magical like that happens that you know that football is alive and kicking. And that’s why it’s one of the best sports in the world to watch. “And it’s even more of a special moment when it comes from a player who shouldn’t be allowed to play by FIFA until it’s proven that he’s actually human!”
The Argentinian football star who also plays for Barcelona FC has been undoubtedly regarded as the best football player ever to grace this planet earth. His stiff rival. Cristiano Ronaldo, who plays for Real Madrid seems to be in close contest with Messi, but the latter is considered naturally talented by many and C.Ronaldo is best known for his out-of-the-world fitness training to keep ahead of his teammate.
Lionel Messi broke another personal record jut some few days back after his goal at the Estadio Gran Canaria meant that he has now scored a La Liga goal at 36 different stadiums.
The Barcelona team played against Las Palmas and Messi’s only goal for his team secured him the record for scoring at 36 different stadiums.