Lionel Messi Shakes Hands With Reporter While Walking to Dressing Room

Lionel Messi Shakes Hands With Reporter While Walking to Dressing Room

Ibitoye Shittu
  • A reporter shared a handshake with Lionel Messi in Qatar during the World Cup, and he was left stunned
  • The pressman did not believe that Messi actually shook his hands, and he hanged it in the air afterwards
  • Messi who has returned to PSG training led Argentina to victory at the World Cup beating France in the final

An adorable video has been spotted on the internet where a reporter was left in an ecstatic mood after shaking hands with Lionel Messi in Qatar during the 2022 World Cup.

Despite losing their first game at the World Cup against Saudi Arabia, Messi and his teammates got redemption by winning their remaining games and lifted the title.

In the video seen on YouTube, Messi and other Argentine players were walking into the dressing room and this unknown reporter called the former Barcelona captain.

Lionel Messi, reporter, World Cup, Argentina, France
Lionel Messi shakes hands with reporter while walking to dressing room. Photo by Aurelien Meunier
Source: Getty Images

Messi gave him handshakes and the reporter did not believe that he actually shook hands with the seven-time Ballon d'Or winner.

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What did he do?

After shaking hands with Messi, the reporter hanged his hands in the air and was looking at it like gold.

It's an implication that Messi really made the day of the young man who would definitely share the amazing moment with his colleagues and family.

Watch the video below

How Messi won World Cup

Argentina played France in the final of the 2022 World Cup and the match ended 3-3 after 120 minutes before it proceeded into penalties.

During the shootouts, goalkeeper Martinez was the hero as his saves helped Argentina to win the encounter 4-2.

Babies named after Lionel Messi

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Lionel Messi keeps raking in accolades after he played a starring role in Argentina's World Cup charge.

The veteran ensured the only missing title in his Hollywood-esque trophy cabinet was duly added, when he inspired La Albiceleste to their first World Cup success since 1986.

The 35-year-old contributed with seven goals and three assists while scooping the Golden Ball award, to cement his status as arguably the greatest player in the history of football.

Several weeks after dethroning France as world champions, Messi continues to benefit from Argentina's success in Qatar.