Lionel Messi made the iconic ‘crocodile’: the play they invented to try to stop their low free throws [Fotos]



Lionel Messi made the iconic ‘crocodile’: the play they invented to try to stop their low free throws [Fotos]

When Lionel messi He said at the press conference that he wanted to, he said it very seriously. After scoring an unforgettable goal to defeat Manchester City 2-0 at Parque de los Pr├şncipes, the Argentine became the ‘crocodile’ to prevent the goal from PSG suffered some damage in the first minute of added time.

The Rosario wanted to experience firsthand something that the rivals began to implement to prevent him from scoring goals at the moment he jumps the retaining wall. The ‘crocodile’ is that player who literally lies behind the barrier to force the collector of the free kick to surprise in other places.

It was a special night for Messi, who was finally able to score his first goal for the Parisian club after two games in Ligue 1 and another in the Champions League. Before the second day of the continental competition, Leo missed two league games due to injury.

Neymar he saw him out of the corner of his eye and warned him to be careful, while the referee also asked him if he was ready. Everyone attentive to Messi, he is not a player who usually defends a direct free kick in that area.

One more anecdote to tell about the six-time Ballon d’Or winner. Already in the locker room, the president of the club Nasser Al-Khelaifi greeted the Argentine and to all the footballers led by Pochettino.

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