Rio Ferdinand salutes Paris Saint-Germain forward Lionel Messi. In particular 2-0 to Manchester City in the group stage of the Champions League yesterday. That defines 6 Ballon d’Or degrees well, even at the age of 34.
Such goals, Messi dribbled back into the field from the right with a tantrum and dragged into the middle to make a 1-2. With Kylian Mbappe in front of the penalty area and then squeezed out to win the left-footed splicer from 22 yards triangle plug.
The beauty of 10 out of 10 is not broken. This is what Ferdinand said was the trademark of the Argentine star since time immemorial.
“It’s all from the acceleration, the balance and the technique…scoring the goals he just showed is phenomenal,” said the former Manchester United defender.
“The sprint to the right of Ashraf Hakimi is also important because when you have a player like Hakimi that can do damage to another person. The defender can’t leave. That allows Messi to take advantage.
On the part of Owen Hargreaves, the commentator pair also watched the Moroccan defender’s run in the direction. Besides Messi’s goals
“There’s more to it than a goal that happens. I like Hakimi’s sprint back and forth. Because it opens up the space and Messi is dictatorial.
“That guy was expected to produce works. He was born to play the big game. I don’t know why I always score goals against teams with Josep Guardiola at the reins.”
“The game when it was a perfect performance for PSG because like scoring the first goal. There’s space to open, Hakimi and Messi shut up and see Neymar and Mbappe there – a beautiful coordination.
“Today they put the pieces in the right place and Messi finished the job. By breaking down that ruthless door.”
Messi, a pair of players who have scored the most goals against Manchester City in the Champions League (7 goals). Also diligently hit a team that Guardiola has in control of 7 goals (two against Bayern) Bern Munich, 5 goals against City) According to ufabet