New Delhi: It’s that time of year that Lionel Messi fans send their best wishes to the Argentine magician as the former Barcelona superstar turns 35 today. The PSG star is arguably the greatest footballer of all time and fans can’t stop drooling over their idol’s birthday.Read also – Did Lionel Messi really have a bad season for PSG?
Messi is said to have had the worst season of his career with PSG, but in Argentine colors he has won back-to-back international trophies in the past year. Also Read – Lionel Messi Recalls Horror Hour, Says ‘Lungs Are Affected, He Couldn’t Run…’
—Jimmy Paul (@ShuvankarPaul00) June 24, 2022
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Happy birthday Leo Messi ❤️ may God always bless you with better health so you can play until the end. The greatest player of all time, hope for the best this year, we are going to be blessed with a world cup❤️#legend#lotsofloveleomessi❤️#VamosArgentina#best ever pic.twitter.com/3LZbs0ojfy
— ✍️दारी❣️ (@DariOfficial49) June 24, 2022
— One_Eric (@oladayo_adewuyi) June 24, 2022
Happy birthday to the greatest of all time #messi The man is more likely to have been born and witnessed your era, your successes, your downfalls, those precious moments in life, the days when you ruled all football in particular. #Messi #HappybirthdayMessi #Messi35 pic.twitter.com/rzoMVsert9
— Venky LS (@LsVenky) June 24, 2022
Christian Vieri: “Messi is a magician. Harry Potter of soccer. When he stops playing, I throw away my televisions. I’m not going to work on TV anymore. I go watch Netflix because when it stops there is nothing else to watch.
Messi is 35 today. Happy birthday to the GOAT ❤️ pic.twitter.com/pWtLClbQrR
— R (@Lionel30i) June 23, 2022
Born on June 24, 1987 in Rosario, Argentina, Messi signed up with Spanish giants FC Barcelona at the age of 13 and has since gone on to become one of the greatest footballers to ever play football.
The Argentine continues to set new benchmarks for others to follow, some perhaps untouchable. He overcame a potentially career-threatening medical condition at a young age before embarking on his goalscoring spree and winning trophies all at once.
The 35-year-old made his Barcelona debut on November 16, 2003 in a friendly against FC Porto and his official debut on October 16, 2004 against Espanyol in a 1-0 win.