Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Lionel Messi REACTS To Brazil Police Vs Argentina Fans BRUTALITY!

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Lionel Messi have reacted over the fight between Brazil police and Argentina fans during their match, MySportDab reports.

It was witnessed that the Stadium which hosted the game early hours of today ended up with a massive fight breakout.

Argentina legend Lionel Messi have reacted to the unfortunate event which saw a number of fans wounded badly.

The scene wasn’t good for anyone who was caught in the cross arrow as many fans were seen taking to the hospital.

The event happened when some Brazilian Police were seen hitting Argentina fans while the whole place quickly became a scene.

Meanwhile, the Argentina players were seen trying to talk to the police to stop as things continued to go out of hands.

Brazilian players also got involved but the whole situation was out of control already while many fans were injured.

According to reports from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed the reaction coming from Lionel Messi who wasn’t pleased with anything that happened.

Here Is What Was Said:

“We saw how the police were hitting people also with some of our families here — it also happened in the Libertadores final”.

“They are more focused on that than on playing the game”.

“We are a family. We decided to play to make situation more calm”.

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“Tonight we made history but it’s important to say that it’ll be marked by the repression of Brazilians against Argentinians once again”.

“It can’t be accepted. It’s madness. It had to stop immediately”.

The situation after the game was not a good one as many have weighed in with so many opinion concerning the whole event which some tagged as brutal.

Lionel Messi and many other Argentina players have took to social media to reveal that the event isn’t the first time it has happened anytime both Nations play against themselves.

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