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“It seems to me of soccer justice, it is the best of the world and of history”

The Barça coach congratulated Alexia, Pedri and came to pass the debate for the award received by the Argentine, assuring that for him, “there is no color”

Xavi Hernández, with Leo Messi at the Olympiastadion in Berlin after winning the 2015 Champions League

Xavi Hernandez He could not avoid some questions about him at the press conference prior to this Saturday’s duel between Barça and Betis Ballon d’Or that Leo Messi won last Monday -the seventh for the Argentine- and he was very clear about it, ensuring that “it’s football justice” that the former Barça player and current PSG player was chosen as the best player of the year and awarded the award given by France Football. Before that yes, and without being asked about them, the one from Terrassa wanted to congratulate the other great protagonists of the Gala last Monday in Paris: “First congratulate Alexia Putellas, has made history and a close friendship joins me. As a young man you could see great professionalism and ability. Congratulate Pedri too, who also invited the team to dinner, is a great detail. AND Messi seems to me to be of soccer justice, he is the best in the world and in history. I think it was Pep who said that it is never unfair that they give Messi a Ballon d’Or. I think the same. Maybe Lewandowski deserved it too, but when they open the envelope and say Messi, it’s fair to me. “

“I think it was Pep who said that it is never unfair that they give Messi a Ballon d’Or. I think the same.”

Xavi also argued because he considers Messi to be the best footballer in history: “I think Pelé was the best of his time, Maradona of his, Di Stéfano perhaps of his, but everything evolves …And if someone like Leo comes out in 30 years, maybe we can say that they are better than him. So now I do believe that Leo is the best in history, for me there is no color“.

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