‘Don’t hurt Leo’, Agüero begs Otamendi not to tackle Messi in champions league

PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL - JUNE 23: Sergio Aguero of Argentina is congratulated by team-mate Lionel Messi after scoring his side's second goal during the Copa America Brazil 2019 group B match between Qatar and Argentina at Arena do Gremio on June 23, 2019 in Porto Alegre, Brazil. (Photo by Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/Getty Images)

Lionel Messi’s PSG will meet Nicolás Otamendi’s Benfica Lisbon in the coming weeks in the Champions League group stage. On his Twitch channel, Sergio Agüero begged “Ota” not to tackle “Leo” for the World Cup.

The World Cup in Qatar is approaching. In this year 2022, the calendar is turned upside down by the biggest competition on the football planet, which will cut the season in two for the European championships. An injury by November 20, the start date of the World Cup, could inevitably have consequences. On his Twitch channel, Sergio Agûero also issued a warning message to Nicolás Otamendi, one of Lionel Messi’s compatriots.

Argentina remain on a streak of 33 games without defeat

This Thursday, Sergio Agüero commented on the Champions League draw. PSG have been placed in a group with Juventus, Benfica Lisbon and Maccabi Haifa. Consequently, Lionel Messi will find some of his compatriots including Angel Di Maria or Nicolás Otamendi, who plays for the Lisbon club.

Now retired due to a heart problem, Sergio Agüero necessarily knows Nicolás Otamendi well, having played with him in the selection but also on the side of Manchester City, between 2015 and 2020.

“Otamendi will have to give a few kicks. Otamendi is at Benfica, so he’s going to have to start tackling and he’s going to cross Leo. Don’t hurt Leo, because I’m going to kill you, taking his head in front of this draw. The World Cup is approaching , Ota.”

Warned Sergio Agüero,

Sergio Agüero also swore when he realized that Nicolás Otamendi was going to play against “Fideo”, nickname of Angel Di Maria. The 34-year-old defender must also participate in the World Cup with the Albiceleste, which remains on a series of 33 games without defeat, including a victory at the Copa America in 2021, Lionel Messi’s biggest trophy with his national team.

Source: RMC Sports

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