Player who spat at Lionel Messi reported threats: Antonio Sarabia – International Football – Sports
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Antonio Sarabia spoke about what happened.
Find the validation of El Cazamentiras at the end of the news.
The Argentine National Team extended its ideal score in the South American qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup to three games with a tight 1-0 victory over Paraguay thanks to a goal 3 minutes into the match. Nicolás Otamendi.
Lionel Messi He entered the field only after minute 52, but the timidity of Paraguay, on whose bench the Argentine debuted Daniel Garnero, It allowed the Albiceleste to score the three points without having to push themselves in depth.
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La Albirroja continues to be mired in depression, despite the change of direction following the departure of another Argentine, Guillermo Barros Schelotto.
To much critics
In the 52nd minute Messi entered and the Monumental stadium applauded its captain and reference who received the ribbon from Otamendi.
Messi had three options to score: the clearest was a corner kick that almost became Olympic and one at the end in a free kick that hit Coronel’s right post.
Minutes before the end of the game, the Paraguayan Antonio Sarabia He spat at Messi, in an act that repudiated world football, an attack that was highly criticized.
Another take of the spit!
Here you can better appreciate the spitting of Paraguayan striker Antonio Sarabia on Messi.
Is it or is it not for you? pic.twitter.com/7DyH0azAjZ
— Ivan Kasanzew🎬 (@IvanKasanzew) October 13, 2023
Sarabia reacted and in a message on his social networks reported threats against him.
“For the simple fact of seeing my family affected and for receiving multiple threats for an act that I never committed,” he wrote.
And he added: “What example would I be giving to my daughters by committing an act like that?”
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