‘Because there is no Brazil’… Legendary Rivaldo cheers for “Messi deserves to win the World Cup”

Brazilian football legend Rivaldo announced that he supports the South American rival Argentina national football team and key striker Lionel Messi to win the championship.

Argentina won 3-0 in the quarterfinals of the 2022 Qatar World Cup against Croatia held at Lusail Stadium in Al Dayen, Qatar on the 14th (Korean time).

Argentina, who advanced to the final 토토사이트 with a victory over Croatia, has another chance to win the World Cup in Brazil in 2014.

The Argentine national team is working in unison to win captain Messi’s last World Cup.

Fans cheered for him by carrying banners with the phrase wishing him victory at every Argentine game. Opponents who competed with Messi in the tournament also voiced their wish for Messi to win after the defeat.

In the midst of this, Brazilian football legend Rivaldo also expressed his opinion that he would like Messi and the Argentine national team to win the championship.

On the 14th, Rivaldo posted a picture of Messi wearing the national team uniform on his SNS and the phrase “I will go with Argentina because there are no more Brazil and Neymar in the World Cup.”

Rivaldo said: “Messi, you don’t need any words. You already deserved to be world champion before, but only this Sunday God will give you the crown.”

He continued, “You deserve this title for the great football you have played yourself. I salute you. May God bless you,” commenting that Messi is well qualified to win.

Rivaldo is one of the most legendary players in Brazil, a soccer powerhouse, and is also a senior at Messi’s former team, Barcelona.

Rivaldo was a key player for Barcelona from 1997 to 2002, leading Barcelona’s heyday before Messi, and winning the Ballon d’Or in 1999.

The Brazilian national team experienced its first World Cup at the 1998 World Cup in France. At the time, Rivaldo showed a disappointing appearance in the final and failed to prevent the team from finishing runner-up, but was active in the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup and is considered one of the players who led Brazil to advance to and win the final three times in a row.

Messi, who is supported by Brazilian legends and many footballers, will take the final step to win the championship with the winner of France and Morocco at Lusail Stadium in Qatar on the 18th at 12:00 pm (Korean time).

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