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"I wouldn't change anything I've won to win the World Cup"

Pin Messi gave an interview. Screenshots/TyCSports
Messi gave an interview. Screenshots/TyCSports

"I wouldn't change anything I've won to win the World Cup"

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'TyC Sports' will broadcast an interview with Lionel Messi on Saturday, initially prepared for the 'Clásico' which has now been postponed. In it, he completely changed what he said before about what he would do to win the World Cup with Argentina.

Just before the World Cup in South Africa, the 2nd of his career, the Argentine star valued what it meant for him to win the World Cup. "I would give everything, it would be the greatest thing for me and for Argentina. I was lucky enough to achieve a lot of important things at club level, but I would change all that for the World Cup. It's incomparable", he said then.

Over the course of 10 years, Messi has changed what he thinks. More mature, also with many more trophies won, his opinion is now different

"I would have loved to be a world champion, but I don't think I would change anything else I had in my career to be one", is one of the questions that he analyses in a preview with the Argentinian channel.

Beyond the change of content, the words of the Barca player denote pessimism about the possibility of playing with Argentina the World Cup and winning it. "This is what happened to me, what God gave me. It's for a reason," he said, resigned to his lack of great honours with his country. 

The interview also shows unpublished images of the young Messi in his first interviews. "At that moment I didn't dream about everything I experienced afterwards. It was much bigger than I could ever imagine".

It must be remembered that Messi is currently suspended by CONMEBOL after accusing the organisation of corruption in the last Copa América and will play again in November.

Lately, Barca's star player is giving more interviews than usual. He is also being quite reflective about his future. 








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