Lionel Messi

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PSG & Argentina Player Lionel Messi Tests COVID-19 Positive

Lionel Messi, a player of Argentina and Paris Saint Germain, tested positive for COVID-19, on January 2. He is the fourth player of PSG, who tested positive for COVID-19, ahead of the French Cup match, Vennas. Other PSG players who tested positive are Juan Bernat, Nathan Bitumazala and Sergio Rico. "They are currently respecting isolation and are subject to the appropriate health protocols," said PSG in a statement. 

Sun, 02 Jan 2022 - 07:14 PM / by Varsha Joshi

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