March 10th Champions League 1/8 finals, Argentine star Messi’s Paris Saint-Germain was defeated
Eliminated by Bayern.
As a former assistant coach of the Argentina national team, Claudio Gugnali (Claudio Gugnali) talked about Messi, Lautaro and other Argentine stars.
On Paris Saint-Germain’s problems managing its stars
I have yet to speak to Messi about his current life at Paris Saint-Germain.
Unfortunately, PSG were knocked out of the Champions League yesterday and Messi will be very disappointed.
But what I want to remember is the great joy he experienced with the national team not so long ago when he won the World Cup, and he deserves more than anyone to be satisfied with that.
At this unfortunate moment, the joy of winning the title in Qatar remains in the depths of his soul and nothing can hide it.
On whether Messi will not consider returning to Argentina this summer
In general, Argentina and Rosario in particular have been unable to welcome Messi back and give him the peace of mind he enjoyed playing in Europe.
As an Argentine, as a friend who loves him, I would hate to see him return to Argentina this summer, at least under the circumstances.
About the experience of winning the World Cup runner-up in 2014
Even then, we deserved to win the title, Messi was voted the best player of the tournament, we played well until the end, fate didn’t want us to win the title.
The German team had the last laugh, and although we did a lot, that’s how it is.
On whether 2014 experience will set Qatar up for title
That night, I remember a sad dressing room, I saw a lot of players crying.
However, we give everything, which can bring peace of mind.
We played a very good World Cup, which even surpassed the great German team.
What happened at the Maracana Stadium was decisive and set the stage for this World Cup well.
Messi and Di Maria talked about it, they got another chance to play in the World Cup final, but they were deserved champions, and that will go down in the history books forever.
On Lautaro’s performance in 2023
After the World Cup, Lautaro was motivated again and had a fantastic time at Inter.
As the leading striker under Scaloni, Lautaro’s performance in the Qatar World Cup was not as good as expected.
However, now he is in a very good state on the court.
On whether Lautaro’s growth as a leader could make him Inter captain
That’s for sure, in the next few years from now, if it were me, I would make him captain of Inter Milan because he has the qualities needed to be a team captain.
But, I think it’s first and foremost the manager’s decision.
Under such circumstances, the head coach needs to make a decision with his own team and the club management to produce the captain of the team.