Messi Set To Win First Silverware With His Country Argentina TrendyVoice

25 June 2016

Messi Set To Win First Silverware With His Country Argentina




Argentina's Lionel Messi is determined to
"change history and become a champion" as his
side face Chile in the Copa America final early
Monday at the MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford,
New Jersey.



Messi spoke of his sadness at having missed out
with Argentina in consecutive finals – at the 2014
World Cup and the Copa America last year – and
is focused on putting that right.



"The final is important for me because I could win
a Copa America," Messi said at a press
conference.
" It's the third final I've got to play in with the
national team and I hope to change history one
day and become a champion"



"Winning would certainly be the best gift we
could give, not only for me [in reference to
turning 29 on Friday] but the whole group. We
must seize this opportunity and win the cup by
any means.



Argentina's Lionel Messi celebrates with team-
mates after scoring a goal during the first half
against the United States in the semi-finals of the
2016 Copa America



"[On possibly losing a third straight final with
Argentina], I don't know if it'd be a failure.



" Still, this is my third consecutive final and not
winning it would be a big disappointment."




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