BARCELONA: Argentina's legendary footballer Lionel Messi has been banned for three months. Messi had accused the South American Football Federation of corruption. Messi had made serious allegations of brazil winning over Brazil after losing to his team in the Copa America football tournament hosted by Brazil and corruption in the institution. The 32-year-old Messi spoke of the corruption of the Concaball after being ejected during the third playoff match against Chile in the Copa America.
Mesa had cited two cases during the tournament and expressed displeasure. Argentina had suffered a 0-2 defeat at the hands of Brazil in the semi-finals, refusing to give Argentina a penalty twice in the match. Messi had pointed out that Brazil had more interference in the two concussions. He was also ousted in the next game, which Argentina won 2-1.
"Corruption and referees are not allowing people to enjoy football these days and spoiling the game. In a statement released on its website, Connaugher has not made it clear what charges Messi has been penalized for, stating that he has been found guilty of violating the 7.1 and 7.2 rule of disciplinary rules. He has been banned from playing in the national team for the next three months and sentenced to a fine of 50,000 dollars. Lionel Messi has a tremendous fan club in the football world.
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