At PSG vs Man City, Lionel Messi walks around like he ‘can’t be a***d.’


At the PSG vs Man City match, Lionel Messi walks around as if he ‘can’t be a***d.’

Lionel Messi, the six-time Ballon d’Or winner, was chastised on social media for his lack of effort in the first half of Manchester City’s match against Paris Saint-Germain.

During the Champions League match between Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, Lionel Messi was accused of walking around like he “can’t be a***d.”

During the first half of their group stage match at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday night, the Argentine playmaker failed to impress the crowd.

Despite his sluggish start, Messi set up Kylian Mbappe for the game’s first goal, giving PSG a 1-0 lead.

With goals from Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus, the hosts were able to take advantage of their overall dominance on the night to turn the scoreboard around.

During the first half, fans on Twitter were quick to criticize Messi for appearing uninterested and acting as if he didn’t want to be there.

“Messi appears to be uninterested.

When given the ball, walk around it and return it straight away.

One onlooker remarked, “Strange.”

“Apart from a nutmeg and walking the entire game, Messi has done nothing tonight,” another supporter added.

He’s literally acting as if he doesn’t want to be there.

He’d be better off in the Major League Soccer.”

“I feel for Pochettino right now,” a third fan wrote, expressing sympathy for PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino.

His teams have always had a lot of energy on offense and pressed hard.

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“It was a good start, but now it’s a fight to the finish, and Messi, Neymar, and Mbappe are just walking around on the pitch.”

Essentially, it’s a game with eight players.”

“Messi just walking around like he can’t be a***d,” one Twitter user said.

Despite Messi’s poor performance in the first half, it was his deflected cross that found Mbappe at the back post to give PSG the lead just five minutes into the second.

However, City’s efforts were in vain, as goals from Sterling and Jesus in the final half-hour secured all three points and City’s place in the round of 16 as group winners.


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