VIDEO: Rodrigo De Paul fulfils promise of going to war for Lionel Messi as he tackles and fights Honduran player who attacked and touched Messi during Argentina vs Honduras match KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, September 24, 2022

VIDEO: Rodrigo De Paul fulfils promise of going to war for Lionel Messi as he tackles and fights Honduran player who attacked and touched Messi during Argentina vs Honduras match

KOSSYDERRICKENT: Remember De Paul once said, "I'd go to war for Lionel Messi" He indeed goes to war for Messi in every Argentina matches. A true fighter. (Read More Here).

Rodrigo De Paul fulfils promise of going to war for Lionel Messi as he tackles and fight Honduran player who attacked and touched Messi during Argentina vs Honduras match.

The referee immediately whistled for a foul, but that was not enough as Argentina players rushed to the referee and demanded to know why there was no further action. As Messi lay down on the turf injured, De Paul led the onslaught against the offender as the linesman tried to separate the two sides. The game was at that time 1-0 up courtesy of a Lautaro Martinez strike early in the game. Messi recovered to dispatch a penalty just before halftime. He then scored an outrageous chip in the second half to help extend Argentina's unbeaten run to 34 matches.

De Paul on Honduras’ personal man marking on Messi: 

“It seemed strange to me. Each coach prepares in his own way. It should not be easy to prepare, when the ten [Messi] is in front of you. But again he showed that there is no recipe to stop him.”

Rodrigo De Paul: "I will always give what I have because I am grateful for having been born in Argentina. It has allowed me to live more spectacular moments in my life. I will never get over the final in Brazil. There is something, yes and hopefully it's given to us."

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