The football World Cup qualifying match between South American giants Brazil and Argentina in Sao Paulo was halted Sunday after just seven minutes by health authorities from the host country, claiming four of the visiting players had allegedly dodged quarantine and other COVID-19 measures.
Argentine international football legend Lionel Messi will no longer play for Spanish League top team FC Barcelona after a 21-year spell, it was announced Thursday. The Rosario-born Messi arrived in Barcelona when he was 12 years old.
Suzy Cortez, the 2019 Miss Bum Bum winner in Brazil, where Lionel Messi won the Copa America with Argentina earlier this month, has honored the occasion by showing off a freshly-inked anal tattoo on subscription site OnlyFans.
A short film by Kurdish Regisseur Shehim Omar Khalifa which was highly awarded worldwide is now planning to become a full-length documentary as shooting for its enlargement is underway in Baghdad, Iraq.
Some 32 ventilators donated by footballer Lionel Messi have been stored at his native Rosario's Fisherton international airport for 10 months, entangled in red tape.
Argentina's third-largest city had dared to dream but was left disappointed after the city's most celebrated son Lionel Messi announced he was staying at Barcelona. When Messi told the Spanish giants last week he wanted to quit the club, some back in his home town and at Newell's Old Boys, the club where he played junior football, allowed themselves to imagine the 33-year-old superstar returning home to play for his boyhood team.
Argentine president Alberto Fernandez has urged Lionel Messi to finish his career in his home country. The Barcelona forward spent several years in the academy at Newell's Old Boys in Rosario before moving to Europe as a teenager.
After six years sprinkled with goals that have brought Barcelona 13 trophies, Luis Suarez may be heading for an unceremonious exit from the Camp Nou. The Uruguayan was Barca's second-highest scorer last season behind captain Lionel Messi.
Lionel Messi was suspended from Argentina's first qualifying march for the 2022 World Cup and fined US$1,500 by South American soccer's governing body.
Argentina's fury at their Copa 2019 exit prompted reports they could play in UEFA, a suggestion which has been swiftly denied by the governing body. UEFA has denied reports it would entertain inviting Argentina into its European competitions following the 2019 Copa America.