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The Argentina international Lionel Messi, who is currently playing for the Spanish giant FC Barcelona seemed to have a rather cryptic goal celebration on Saturday in Barcelona’s 5-0 win over Celta Vigo.
As after scoring the first goal of the match to give FC Barcelona a well deserving lead, the Argentine ace Lionel Messi did this after celebrating with his teammates.
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But the question is, what was the five times ballonn d’Or Lionel Messi was trying to say as because the things that Messi did after celebrating with his teammates was definitely an indirect message to someone.
And according to the www.cbssports.com, here are the five possibilities as to what it meant.
1/ A message to management saying, “Hey, my contract is up after next season. Why don’t you call me and let’s talk about a new deal. After all, the goal I just scored was sick and I deserve it.” I don’t get a sense that Messi would do something like that, but it does feel like the most likely of options.
2/ A message to management, after possibly professing his admiration for Sevilla mananger Jorge Sampoali to be Barca’s next coach. “Call Sampa. Tell him I run this place and he is coming.”
3/ A message to his soon-to-be-wife, Antonella after placing a bet that he would score before the half-hour mark.”Anta, call the pizzeria. And get it with salami.”
4/ “Call Cristiano Ronaldo, make sure he saw that goal.”
5/ “See what I can do? Call other clubs. I’m ready to move.”