Lionel Messi’s three-month ban after “corruption” erupted

Zurich: Argentinian football captain Lionel Messi has been banned from international football for three months because of his “corrupt” comments on Copa America.
Lionel Messi has been banned from international football by a three-month ban on accusing South America’s CONMEBOL governing body of “corruption” during Copa America.
Messi, who has been accused of corruption by CONMEBOL after being selected by Chile in a third-place playoff game during the Brazil tournament, which ended last month.
Messi was angry at two incidents during the Kop.
Argentina were denied two penalties in a 2-0 semi-final defeat by the hosts, after which Messi claimed that Brazil “managed a lot in CONMEBOL these days.” , he could not restrain his anger.
“Corruption and referees prevent people from enjoying football, and they ruin it a little,” Messi said.
In a statement on his website, CONMEBOL did not specify why Messi was punished, but said the sentence was related to Articles 7.1 and 7.2 of the organization’s disciplinary regulations.
One clause refers to “abusive, abusive behavior or any defamatory protest of any kind.”
Argentina will not be able to use Lionel Messi until November. The ban will prevent Barcelona from advancing to participate in four international friendly rounds in September and October, including an exhibition against Germany in Dortmund on October 9th.
The 32-year-old has already been banned from participating in the first World Cup qualifiers next month because of a red card he took against Chile in Copa America.

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