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“He hit him hard and turned him over”: Messi’s health status revealed after positive for COVID-19


Lima, January 2, 2022Updated on 02/01/2022 12:17 pm

Lionel Messi He did not return to France on the flight of Ángel di María and Leandro Paredes after spending the end of the year in Argentina and attracted the attention of the whole world. What’s more, PSG officially announced that four of his players had tested positive for COVID-19 and, finally, this Sunday it was confirmed that the ‘Flea’ is one of them.

“The 4 positive players for Covid-19 are Leo Messi, Juan Bernat, Sergio Rico and Nathan Bitumazala. They currently respect isolation and are subject to the corresponding sanitary protocol”, Reported the Parisian team through an official statement.

Before all this was known, Lionel Messi He had published an emotional message at the end of the year on his social networks. “I can only give thanks for everything that I had to live in this 2021. Even more so when many people had a really bad time because of the shitty virus that never ends”, were his words. At that time he already had the coronavirus in his body, since he would have been infected at the party of his nephew Tomás on the last Saturday, December 25.

How is Lionel Messi?

According to the newspaper Olé ‘, “At first he hit him hard and turned him over, in the first days. Now he is more recovered, already without ailments (which were not serious) and studying the last days. That is why, after that party, there were no festive family photos, beyond its message “.

It is worth mentioning that the return of Lionel Messi to Argentina occurred in a scenario where infections are on the rise. On January 1, for example, 20,020 new cases and 12 deaths were confirmed.

PSG sin Lionel Messi

The Parisian team will not be able to count on their great star for the match against Vannes for the Coupe de France on Monday, January 3, and most likely not in the appointment against Olympique Lyon next Sunday.




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