Pope Francis, a surprise response after being asked whether it seems dispelled that Messi was called "the god of football"


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Unlike a Papa Francisco. Asked if he is of the opinion that it is a sacrilegious fact star Barcelona, ‚Äč‚ÄčLionel Messi, was often called in recent years "The God of Football" The Pontiff's sovereign gave a surprising answer.

"In theory there is sacrilege, but I do not think it's a matter of thatsaid Pope Francisco in an interview with La Sexta.

And he Argentine, Papa Francisco did not hide at any moment the admiration for his compatriot, five times winner of the "Golden Bull".

Francis was a self-declared fan San Lorenzo de Almagro, was in 21st place in Argentina after 24 rounds.

Lionel Messi plays for Barcelona since he was 13

Lionel Messi left Argentina at the age of 13, after taking the first steps of his career Newell's Old Boys.

At 31, Messi scored 593 goals in 675 Matchesin all competitions, for Barcelona. has 129 parties and 65 goals and for the Argentine national.

Lionel Messi has won 32 trophies alongside the Blaugrana group, among them four Champions League and nine titles.

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