UFOs in the United States? The emotional video that the AFC dedicated to Lionel Messi in his early days at Inter Miami

Directed by “Cheeky” Tapia, they hailed the Argentina captain’s impressive start to the club and the euphoria he generates in the United States.

The emotional video that the AFC dedicated to Lionel Messi in his early days at Inter Miami. (Jerome Miron-USA Today Sports)

Access Lionel Messi Inter Miami continues to generate fantasies and a lot of euphoria in the natives and Latin Americans residing in the United States. Meanwhile, in Argentina, the Argentine Football Association (AFA) dedicated a touching video that points out the great step the captain is making in the North American team. “It is a supernatural phenomenon,” they noted.

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In his short stay in Florida, the world champion has already become the top scorer of the season and was happy with the decision he made with his family. After the first four matches, the star scored seven goals and seemed to be leading an organization that was last in the championship and could not show an acceptable level.

The AFC emotional video is dedicated to Lionel Messi

“They say aliens have been seen in the United States,” the anchor attacks from the outset based on information that has emerged from the aforementioned congressional hearing. “I think so. The first time they saw him spin a free kick in the 93rd minute,” he points to the decisive goal in Inter Miami’s 2-1 win over Cruz Azul, in the forward’s League Cup debut.

Then he continued: “And some saw him again a few hours ago, entering the living quarters. With a shot from another galaxy, it is a supernatural phenomenon,” recalling the shouting, also from set-pieces, for 4-4 against FC dallas.

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The video also shows the presence of the “flea” in the supermarket, or the fury it excites at every step in an area where football is growing, but it is not the most imitated sport.

“In the United States they don’t stop selling weird T-shirts. I don’t know, it’s like they’ve never seen one before. Could we be used to aliens?” the presenter asks, appealing to the fact that Maradona and Messi were born in Argentina. And today she has a generation that won the World Cup, America’s Cup and finals.

“Bah, with all the things that happen to us, our country must be from another planet,” the work concludes with the AFC motto and the legend “Argentine Football Fans”.

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