The son surprised Leo Messi with a question about the Golden Ball. “Why did you win?” He replied

This time, the main favorites for the Golden Ball were Leo Messi and Robert Lewandowski. The voters decided that the trophy would go to the Argentinian. This is his seventh Golden Ball in his career. At the gala, a former Barcelona player and now PSG showed up with his wife and children. All three sons of the couple attracted attention with their styling. 9-year-old Thiago, 6-year-old Mateo and 3-year-old Ciro were dressed almost exactly like their dad. They all wore white shirts, black sequin jackets, and bow-ties of the same color. Only the shoes differed from them. Leo Messi opted for elegant black shoes, and his sons for white sports shoes.

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The son surprised Leo Messi with a question about the Golden Ball

Many people were surprised that it was Leo Messi who won the Golden Ball. His eldest son Thiago also seemed somewhat surprised by the Argentinian’s victory. A recording of Messi’s conversation with the boy has appeared on the network.

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“When did you win it?” Thiago asked. “Today,” replied Messi. “Why?” the boy asked. “I don’t know,” replied the footballer. Thiago was a bit surprised. For a moment he even thought that it was the eighth Golden Ball in his dad’s legacy.

It was already loud about Thiago. When Leo Messi picked up the Golden Ball, cameras were often aimed at the PSG player’s sons and his wife. The moment was captured as some of the audience, including Antonela Roccuzzo and Mateo, were clapping their hands while Messi’s oldest consolation, Thiago, was dancing.

“Dad won another Golden Ball, let’s dance the kids” – we read on the profile dedicated to the gala on Twitter. The recording quickly became a hit on the network.

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David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

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