When Jamie Carragher criticised the PSG move, Lionel Messi referred to him as “a donkey.”
Messi referred to Jamie Carragher as a “donkey” after Carragher criticised Messi’s move to Paris Saint-Germain, according to the Liverpool great (PSG).
Barcelona’s seven-time Ballon d’Or winner, Lionel Messi, has yet to hit top form in France’s Ligue 1, but it appears that he has found his greatest form in the Champions League.
A hysterical revelation regarding Lionel Messi by Jamie Carragher
After criticising Lionel Messi’s move to PSG and Cristiano Ronaldo’s dream return to Manchester United this season, Jamie Carragher described the response he has recently encountered. On Sky Sports, he said, “I poked fun at Ronaldo early in the season. I’m 43.” United made a poor choice in signing him, in my opinion. As an example, I referred to Lionel Messi. In my opinion, PSG’s acquisition of Messi was not a good one.
“I got a private message from the man (Messi) himself on Instagram,” Carragher remarked during Norwich City’s 3-0 win over Watford Friday night. “He basically referred to me as a donkey,” he said in a private message. Finally, the English pundit said that the Argentine star must have heard Carragher’s words when they were spoken.
He watches Monday Night Football, therefore I hope he also watches Friday Night Football because I love you, Lionel. After all, “You’re the greatest player of all time, and I’m a donkey,” Carragher conceded. Liverpool’s star winger Mohamed Salah may be better than Messi right now, according to 43-year-old former England international Steven Gerrard.
There is no place for you on this team. Even if you won the Copa America this summer, you haven’t played well enough. Carragher concluded: “It’s not enough to leave my man out, Mo Salah.” Just one goal and four assists in 11 games for the Catalans in Ligue 1. A five-goal haul over five games in the UEFA Champions League shows how much better he is playing there.