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Pope Francis warns football fans Calling Lionel Messi God is sacrilege | Pope said – Messi is a great player, but do not call him Lord

Messi plays from Barcelona, ​​his fan calls him Dios (God in Spanish)
One fan said – I agree with the Pope, Messi is proof that God exists

Vatican City. Argentine footballer Lionel Messi has crores of fans all over the world. These people consider him as God. Pope Francis says that Messi is a great player but he should not call God. It is like defaming God.

Messi wear a number 10 jersey, so the fans address him as Dios (God in Spanish). In an interview given to a Spanish television channel, Francis said that "Messi is the god of soccer on the ground", this may be the way to display emotions. It is like this that you tell someone that I trust you. But worship can only be from God.

'Messi human beings'
Fans have expressed some displeasure when Messrs Messi was not told by the Pope. A user Apex wrote – Masi is not God but he can not be human too. Another user Tanchedri Palmeri said – I agree with the Pope's case. Messi is not God. Messi is the proof that God exists.

Messi, who has played four World Cups
Messi played 129 matches for Argentina During this time he scored 65 goals. They have played four World Cups but have not been able to make the team a world champion so far. At the same time, four times during his team Kopa beat America's final. Messi's record is excellent in club matches. He scored 415 goals for Spain's Barcelona in 446 matches. He has won the FIFA 'Ballen d'Or' award five times. Three times Europe's best footballer also was selected

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