‘I dreamed it, I wanted it’: Messi’s Instagram post after FIFA World Cup win

‘So many times I’ve dreamed of it, I want it so much that I still can’t fall, I can’t believe it…’ Argentina’s No 10 striker, Lionel Messi, now has a complete gallery for his hall. Reputation- the much-awaited, coveted world soccer championship. Argentina beat France in the World Cup final held on December 18 in Qatar, ending the month-long carnival.

The thrilling match saw Lionel Messi score two goals over the course of 90 minutes of the game, one in extra time and the last in the penalty shootout. The whole world holds their breath waiting to see who will win the World Cup- Will it be France for the second time in a row, or will it be Argentina led by Lionel Messi?

Hours after Argentina’s win, Messi took to Instagram to write a heartfelt letter to his fans. The Argentinian posted a series of pictures of himself and his team holding the prestigious Jules Rimet trophy of the FIFA World Cup.

On his Instagram post, Messi wrote: “Thank you so much to my family who have supported me and also to those who have believed in us. We proved once again that when we Argentinians fight together and unite, we are capable of achieving what we set out to do. This collective merit, beyond individuals, is the strength of everyone fighting for the same dream, which is also the dream of all Argentines… We did it. Okay!!!”

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Argentina’s talisman Lionel Messi announced on Sunday that he will continue to play for Argentina after winning the 2022 FIFA World Cup with his national team, after beating France.

“No, I’m not going to retire from the Argentina national team,” he told TyC Sports, as quoted by “I want to keep playing as a champion.”

On Sunday, Argentina won the tense final of Argentina legend Lionel Messi’s last World Cup. After the end of the second extra time, Argentina won the aggregate 4-2 on penalties.

Lionel Messi has been awarded the Ballon d’Or, the honor given to the best player in the FIFA World Cup, after a thrilling final at Lusail, which saw the legendary striker’s World Cup dream come true. after a 4-2 victory over France on penalties.

Messi, playing his last game at this year’s FIFA World Cup, has been in top form throughout the tournament. Scoring important goals, converting penalties and assisting teammates in scoring, the 35-year-old legend did it all.

Argentina won the World Cup for the third and first time since 1986.

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