Lionel Messi gave Neymar Jr an outrageous no look pass while on the floor, in a victory over OGC Nice.
On the ground during Saturday night’s play between Paris Saint-Germain and Nice, Lionel Messi made a no-look pass.
We have witnessed some truly incredible Messi moments throughout the years as the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner never ceases to wow the football world.
Messi was active again during PSG’s game against Nice.
The 28th minute saw the Argentine superstar score his game-winning free kick.
The equalizer was scored by Gaetan Laborde two minutes into the second half.
Kylian Mbappe scored the game-winning goal for PSG in the 83rd minute, capping up a cagey contest in which they emerged victorious.
Messi stole the show as he continued his strong start to the season with a dominant performance.
Even though Messi’s free kick was the talk of the game, the 35-year-old also made a beautiful pass.
At 1-1, the game was evenly matched when Messi appeared to be fouled and was pushed to the ground by his opponent.
Messi somehow managed to play the ball through to Neymar while lying on the ground as the official prepared to whistle for a free kick.
The pass’s true magic was shown on the replay. While lying on the ground, Messi was able to throw the ball to a teammate without even looking while it was on his weaker foot, watch video below.
Messi made a through ball to Neymar sliding on the floor, he’s unreal. pic.twitter.com/nn0nbGkbYx
— 𝑵. (@Messiwrld) October 2, 2022
a breathtaking feat of talent that only a select few players can complete.
Social media users reacted quickly to Messi’s genius.
This is not human, one said. This is not human behavior to place exact weight behind the pass while falling and without even looking.
I’ve watched this video at least a dozen times, another user tweeted. I’m really sorry.
“Any other player would be asking for a fk here,” a third supporter remarked. While looking down at the ball as this guy plays a through ball, Unreal.”
Messi might reclaim his position as the finest player in the world, according to PSG manager Christophe Galtier, even at the age of 35.
I have the greatest joy seeing him every morning in training, he remarked, according to GFFN.
“He’s joyful and in high spirits. He is a very selfless player who keeps the action moving and is accustomed to scoring. He is beginning to crave scoring once more. Will he ever again be the best player in the world?
Yes, provided that he is in superb shape this summer. He has planned well. He’s content. And he performs well when he is happy.