Former Spain coach Vicente del Bosque has hailed Lionel Messi as the best player he has ever seen. The Argentinian has continued to be praise after leading “Blue-White” to the World Cup last week. It could be said to be the conclusion of football’s GOAT debate
. Which helped him sweep the Ballon d’Or to win up to 7 times
. In addition, Messi has achieved many successes at club level. Especially with Barcelona where he has won every tournament played. while he still had to try to lead Paris Saint-Germain Champions League winner
Del Bosque hailed Messi as the best player he had ever seen. Which is complete in terms of ability and consistent performance.
Messi was born in the Argentina city of Rosario, but he left his home country and moved to Spain at the age of 13 to join Barcelona’s youth academy in 2001.
Having rejected Spain’s pleas, Messi made his senior debut for Argentina aged 18, coming on as a second-half substitute in a friendly against Hungary.
However, barely after a minute into being on the pitch. Messi was sent off after catching a Hungary player in the face.
It’s fair to say Messi’s career was not impacted at all by that moment, considering less than a week ago – 17 years on from his red card – he held the World Cup trophy aloft in Qatar.
“He’s the best player I’ve ever seen,” he told UFABET
. “Among the players I’ve seen over the years in football. The consistency and quality of Messi as a footballer is impressive. He’s had amazing seasons. and can always lead the team forward.”