The Argentine team and Inter Miami can be calmer about Leo Messi’s situation, and according to the first unofficial reports, The tests carried out on ’10’ indicate that he did not suffer any muscle injury after feeling discomfort and leaving the match in which ‘La Albiceleste’ won with a goal (1-0) against Ecuador at the start of the South American qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup.
Messi underwent the respective medical tests this Saturday at a clinical center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to know with certainty what the reasons were for the discomfort he felt in the aforementioned match. Fortunately for all parties, Everything seems to indicate that there is no muscle injury and that he could be available for the second qualifying round against Bolivia. according to the specialized soccer portal, ‘BeeSoccer’.
However, There is still no official confirmation from the Argento Football Association (AFA), But it is expected that this situation will be clarified this Sunday when coach Lionel Scalino speaks at the press conference prior to the world champions’ trip to Bolivia, to face the local team in La Paz this Tuesday.
Likewise, the Argentine channel ‘TyC Sports’ broadcast images showing how hundreds of Argentine fans came to the vicinity of the medical center where ‘La Pulga’ underwent the tests, to show their support for the Inter Miami player.
It should be remembered that one’s own Scaloni acknowledged that it was the captain of the Argentine team who requested the change against Ecuadorthis after having been touching the back of his right thigh for several minutes.
“He asked me for the change. If not, I won’t take it out. We will evaluate him later to see what he has. I don’t know what Leo has. He asked for the change because he felt something. They will do studies and if he is fine, he will travel. If not, we will see what we do,” explained the Argentine coach after finishing the game on the first day of the qualifiers.
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