Canelo Alvarez poses with a fan holding an Argentinian shirt just weeks after shooting for the World Cup winner…Mexican boxer calls Lionel Messi ‘sweep the floor with our flag’ after accusing
Canelo Alvarez seems to have left his feud with Argentina behind after posing with fans and holding a national team shirt in a recent photo.
The boxer of the last month launched an attack on Lionel Messi on social media after Messi’s foot appeared to touch Mexico’s jersey on the dressing room floor after Argentina’s 2-0 win over Mexico Did.
Just days later, the four-division boxing champion apologized for his comments and the feud seemed to be a thing of the past for Alvarez, who walked away smiling with the Argentinian top in hand.
Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez (L) poses with the fans and holds up the Argentina national team jersey.
Alvarez sparked controversy after accusing Lionel Messi of ‘wiping the floor’ at the top of Mexico
In a social media post, a fan shared his encounter with the famous boxer.
In the image, two smiling men hold Argentina’s national top spot, putting a decisive end to the chasm between boxers and World Cup winners.
It was the first time Alvarez had been involved in the situation since he apologized late last month, and he claimed He was “crazed” because of his love for his country.
“Over the past few days, I have been consumed by my passion and love for my country and made an out of place comment that I would like to apologize to Messi and the people of Argentina for.
Lionel Messi appeared kicking a lost Mexican shirt in the locker room during the World Cup.
“We learn something new every day, but this time it was my turn.
“I wish both teams the best of luck in today’s game. We will continue to support Mexico until the end.”
The altercation came after the 35-year-old threatened Messi after he first saw the footage after he starred in a 2-0 defeat to Mexico, setting prospects for their first group-stage exit since 1978. Began.
As well as claiming the Argentinian star disrespected Mexico, he issued a sinister threat, saying, “Better pray to God that I don’t find him.”
Messi himself has remained silent on the issue so far, but Sergio Aguero was quick to speak up. Canelo, don’t look for excuses or problems, I’m sure you don’t know what happens in football or the locker room.
Sergio Aguero (R) rushed to his friend’s defense before engaging in a verbal battle with Canelo
However, rather than appease Canelo’s anger, he fanned the flames and seemed to draw the boxer’s attention to himself.
He was met with a fiery response: “You too, b*****? You used to write to me, ‘Oh, oh, Canelo,’ and now I’m crying.” Don’t be a hypocrite, b*****.
Guadrado, the alleged “victim” of Messi’s insults, called the debate “ridiculous”, defended the Argentina international’s skipper and criticized Canelo’s actions.
Even Javier Hernández (Mexico’s all-time goalscorer) had his say, jokingly vowing to defend Aguero with his life.
Aguero claimed the boxer had earned “the hate of all of Argentina,” and Canelo sent the former striker a WhatsApp voice message before a final apology was offered.
Neither Aguero nor Messi responded to Canelo’s extended apology, and it remains to be seen if the boxer’s words have been accepted.