Sergio Ramos: Diego Maradona is light years behind Lionel Messi

Sergio Ramos: Diego Maradona is light years behind Lionel Messi

"They [Iran] went out to waste time, whereas we like to win in a different way, we leave happy".

Perhaps, in future, we can make it to being among the best in Asia and qualify for the World Cup. It's one of his biggest desires. "We are here to help him every moment, and of course we will be at his side", Dybala added.

'He is the first who wants to bring the Cup with him. "[Angel] Di Maria did not get past his opponent once, the midfielders did not support him".

'We suffer from all the criticism that Leo receives, ' Cuccittini continued.

'Luckily, people love him a lot and they transmit that to him and he values this a lot. "As a mother, I do, too".

"As for the joy of the people, I have never seen so much, they all danced, shouted, sang".

"I wished him a lot of luck. I told him to do what he knows best, to enjoy himself and I've told him all his family are supporting him".

'I told him to do what he knows, to play just as if he was playing when he started out with Grandoli.

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Reacting on the sad development, Messi's mum said it is painful when her son's loyalty to his country is under scrutiny.

Argentina, with a population of more than 44 million, is fifth on the Federation Internationale de Football Association world rankings list and has won the World Cup twice, being one of only eight teams in the world to have won the Cup.

Messi is bearing the weight of expectations as Argentina seek a first World Cup trophy since 1986, desperate to crown his glittering career with a major worldwide tournament success.

Sergio Ramos says Diego Maradona is "light years behind" Lionel Messi, after the Argentine World Cup victor criticised the Spain captain.

Iceland's World Cup fever shows no signs of abating, with businesses announcing plans to close early for Friday's game against Nigeria.

Celia was quick to deny allegations that Messi does not feel the same passion when he plays for Albiceleste. "If he wins he's a great player, but he is still a great player if he doesn't".

France will be looking for a second World Cup Group C win against Peru Thursday while Australia need to bounce back from their heart-breaking defeat to Les Bleus against Denmark.

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