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Posted October 15, 2018

Argentina great Diego Maradona on Sunday lashed out at his fellow countryman Lionel Messi. You say to Messi to "throw yourself in head first" but he prefers to play video games.

"Before speaking to the coach and players he will be on the PlayStation".

Diego Maradona criticised Lionel Messi in a freakish interview in Mexico.

"Let's stop making a god out of Messi".

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Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, has said the football world is witnessing an era of "two phenomena", with the exploits of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

After another disappointing tournament in Russian Federation this year, where Argentina failed to get past the last 16, Messi opted to take a sabbatical from global football.

The 1986 World Cup victor claimed the Barcelona forward played differently when he was representing the Spanish side and said it was a waste of time trying to turn him into a leader 'because he goes to the toilet 20 times before a match'.

Now aged 31, it seems likely Messi will remain with the La Liga champions for the rest of his playing days, despite rumours that he is being eyed by David Beckham's Miami-based Major League Soccer team. "It's useless trying to make a leader out of a man who goes to the toilet 20 times before a game".

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The things that he is willing to talk about extend from politics to the universe and yes, even football, such as his comments about Lionel Messi this week. Then, on the pitch, he wants to be the leader.

City chairman Khaldoon al Mubarak was quoted in Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo as saying he once made a lucrative offer for Messi, which would reportedly have paid him more than US$1.3 million per week. Messi is just another player for Argentina. A lot of people compared me with George Best but we had a different style of play.

Argentina beat Iraq 4-0 on Thursday with a new-look side, taking their unbeaten run since Russian Federation to three games.

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