Lionel Messi has yet to make his debut at his new club, Paris Saint-Germain; However, in social networks he has already set another record.
It turns out that the Argentine has the three most viewed sports publications in the history of Instagram. The first of them took place on July 10 when Argentina won the Copa América and Leo appears in the albiceleste’s dressing room with the trophy.
This image, five days later, became the sports publication with the most ‘likes’ in the history of this social network, as it has so far reached 21.8 million “likes”.
“What a beautiful madness !!! This is amazing, thank you God !!! WE ARE CHAMPIONS THE SHELL OF YOUR MOTHER !!!!!! Vamossss carajooooo! “, He wrote the ’10’ in his account leomessi.
And in recent days, after he left FC Barcelona to become a star signing for Paris Saint-Germain, two more photographs were added to the record of ‘likes’.
In second place, with 21.7 million ‘likes’, is the image in which Messi poses for the first time with the PSG shirt in the Parc des Princes.
“I start a new stage in my life and I do it with all the motivation and desire to continue learning every day. We will work to meet the objectives of @psg. #AllezParis ”, wrote ‘La Pulga’.
And thirdly, a selection of images from the day of his farewell to Barcelona. This publication has accumulated more than 20.9 million ‘likes’ so far.
“I would have liked to leave in a different way, although I suppose that a farewell can never be something nice… I would have loved to continue here, I did everything with that goal and in the end it didn’t happen. I only have words of thanks for all those who have accompanied me in so many years at the club. And for our fans, that they gave me all their love and that I tried to give it back to them, also giving everything for this shirt. I’m leaving but it’s not goodbye, just see you later. Visit Barça !!! ”, it reads in this publication.
Messi is one of the personalities in the world with the most followers on Instagram, with 251 million, and at the moment three of his publications of a sporting nature monopolize the ‘podium’ of this social network.