After 2 Years of ‘Hell’ at PSG, ‘Beast’ Lionel Messi is Happier Now at Inter Miami in MLS, Says Argentina’s World Cup Winning Teammate

Published 09/06/2023, 10:30 AM EDT

Follow Us

via Imago

The worst thing that can happen to a person is when their potential gets wasted. Lionel Messi‘s performance in both seasons for Paris Saint-Germain was definitely not a reflection of him. Even though the former PSG winger hadn’t revealed much in Paris, it was very evident that he was not happy. From fans’ boos and getting substituted early by the coach to playing out of position, Messi had a forgetful time at PSG.

America’s Favorite Video Today

His teammates from Argentina knew about this. The rapport between Messi and his national teammates doesn’t need any explanation. Rodrigo De Paul in 2020, pointed out that he is ready to go to war for him. De Paul is not the only one who expressed what he (Messi) meant to him.

The mood of Lionel Messi matters to his teammates

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

With the CONMEBOL qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup starting this week, Messi joined the Argentina camp. His fellow World Cup goal scorer Enzo Fernandez recently said that they are enjoying what Messi is doing in the MLS.

via Imago

According to Fernandez, unlike his days at PSG, Messi looks to be more happy, which is really pleasing to him. He said, “Messi at MLS? Leo never stops. He is a beast. We are enjoying what he generates. He looks happier now [than in PSG] and that is the most important thing. I’m very happy for him that he’s very happy.” 

Trending

Get instantly notified of the hottest Soccer stories via Google! Click on Follow Us and Tap the Blue Star.

Follow Us

Looks like Enzo felt Messi’s discomfort at PSG. And once he got into that happy environment, ‘Beast’ can be unstoppable claims the 22-year-old. In addition to his goal-scoring prowess, Messi has also provided some incredible assists and magical through balls this season.

Messi was spotted having many joyful moments with his family in the United States. His wife, Antonella, and children also seem to be happy and content with the new place.

Did Dodgers’ Star Mookie Betts Ditch LeBron James and Lionel Messi to Battle It Out With Braves’ Ronald Acuña Jr.?

David Beckham and his family have been a major factor in Messi’s settling in. Victoria Beckham was also partying with Messi’s wife a few times and the friendship seems to be quite good.

Will the charge carry forward?

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Messi with his national team can be a different person altogether. The first impressions in Miami definitely show him in a better space. In his first few months in the United States, Lionel Messi scored more goals than he did in his entire 2021-2022 season with Paris Saint-Germain.

It will be a new phase for the Argentinian Men’s soccer team with the upcoming World Cup Qualifiers. The recent comments made by Louis Van Gaal claiming the 2022 World Cup to be favorable to Argentina would run at the back of their mind.

Watch This Story – Lionel Messi’s Influence Leads to Derek Jeters MLS Debut Bringing Yankees Rival for a Surprise Appearance With Floyd Mayweather

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

Messi’s influence is still what will drive the team forward. He has a way of making everyone feel like they can achieve anything. Coming with undisputed momentum in the US, Messi would like to carry this beam of electrons to the internationals.

 

SHARE THIS ARTICLE :

ADVERTISEMENT

Written by:

Ruthu

566Articles

One take at a time

Ruthu has a deep passion for soccer, particularly for Arsenal Football Club and the legendary Lionel Messi. With a fervent interest in sports journalism, he enjoys covering soccer from around the world. Alongside his dedication to soccer, Ruthu has a professional background as a qualified Clinical Pharmacist.
Show More>

Edited by:

Akash Pandhare

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

EDITORS' PICK

America’s Favorite Video Today