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Submitted by karim 1090d ago | news

Xavi: Messi under Real attack

Barcelona midfielder Xavi has defended Lionel Messi following their Copa del Rey draw with Real Madrid.

Messi was involved in an incident with Aitor Karanka and Alvaro Arbeloa in the cup clash, however Xavi claimed Real wanted to portray the Argentine as 'the bad guy'. (Barcelona, Copa del Rey, Lionel Andrés Messi, Real Madrid, xavi)

-Mezzo-  +   1090d ago
Messi.....Bag Guy. NOOOOOOOO!
karim  +   1090d ago
I know, barely lifts any bags!!
karim  +   1090d ago
Xavi, it's the Illuminati, they're all behind this conspiracy
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KingPin  +   1089d ago
who cares.

but he feels its ok for barca players, fans and the media to make CR7 the bad guy.

xavi is whining like a child.
RedDevils  +   1089d ago
Messi is no saint. Of course he is a dick when the Camera off same go with other players/celebrities
p_bateman  +   1089d ago
Messi is a saint.

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