Never “if” I played as much as I played yesterday in Itaquera!

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Ah, if Argentina had not lightened its hand …

Ah, if Anvisa hadn’t stopped the game after five minutes of rolling the ball…

Ah, if Argentina’s irregular players are taken out of the hotel…

Ah, if Argentina hadn’t summoned these players from the UK…

Ah, if Hermanus’ delegation agreed to cut off the irregular athletes when the duel stopped…

Ah, if she had already gone 1-0 to any pick within the five minutes of dribbling the ball.

And oh, if we had a surprising element on the bench like Anvisa in 2014, when we had the biggest kick in Mineirão football history (laughs).

In the end, my friends, everyone was wrong!

And now let’s see how FIFA, making more mistakes than correcting, will be able to “fix” this situation.

I feel like they’ll end up rescheduling the match somewhere else…

But do you know what else caught my eye yesterday in that complete mess?

Humble Lionel Messi!

Well, the greatest player of all time travels, focuses, trains, goes to the field, prepares, prepares, and…there is no match!

He had everything to come off the field and kick everything and everyone.

But quite the opposite.

The friendly Argentine took off his national team shirt, put on a photographer’s jacket, hugged and played with his Brazilian friends, spreading smiles to everyone present and leaving the noble lawn of the New Quémica Arena happy as if he had won the match.

It really is an example!

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