Fans admire Lionel Messi’s simplicity, as he was sighted with his boys at Inter Miami Academy game to support his eldest son Thiago

Argentine legend Lionel Messi keeps proving himself to be the best again and again. The seven-time Ballon d’Or player recently showed the world that he has a lot of fight left in him in the World Cup qualifiers. He helped his team win several matches and strengthen their position in the tournament. Lionel Messi left his former club, PSG, and joined Inter Miami earlier this year. The team has won the Leagues Cup for the first time in their history under him, but the 36-year-old was missing from Miami’s last match against Atlanta.

The new captain did not fly with his team to Georgia as he was on rest after just returning from international duty. Fans have spotted Lionel Messi at an Inter Miami Academy game, waiting to watch his eldest son, Thiago Messi, in action.

Lionel Messi spotted at Inter Miami academy game

Lionel Messi has made a name for himself. He is widely considered the best in the world and has reached heights far beyond anyone else’s reach. His eldest son, Thiago Messi, is also a football enthusiast, and the little one has also started his footballing journey with Inter Miami’s U12 academy team. He has made his debut for the team, and his father was there to support him.

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Fans spotted Lionel Messi along with his sons, Mateo and Ciro, on the sidelines waiting for the match to begin. A video posted on Twitter shows the three patiently waiting to see the young boy on the field.

It is evident from the video that Messi is capable of maintaining a good work-life balance, and the player manages to give time to his family as well.

Thiago Messi plays for Inter Miami U12

Thiago Messi faced Weston FC in his debut. The match went in his favor and Inter Miami came out victorious with a score of 2-0. Inter Miami Academy’s official account uploaded a video showing Thiago Messi celebrating with his teammates.

The news of Thiago Messi joining Inter Miami’s U12 academy first came out on August 26 when the club made the announcement on its official website. Owner David Beckham’s son also used to be a part of the team before he left the club for Brentford B earlier this season.

Thiago’s debut has gone well, and there is no doubt that his father would be proud of him. It seems like Thiago plans on carrying the Messi name forward after his father’s retirement.


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