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November 19, 2019

Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez talk about their children's sleeping hours


Rahaman Abiola

Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez are unarguably a talented pair on the pitch whose imposing run of match-winning spirit has always proved how significant they are to the Barcelona squad.

Recently, the duo showed football world what they are up to in partnership during Barcelona’s Champions League victory over Italian giants Inter Milan.

In a match which Barcelona looked destined for defeat, Messi unleashed his magical prowess and blended it with Suarez’s creativity,resulting into a narrow 2-1 victory for the Camp Nou side.

Away from football, their experience with fatherhood is superseding and heart-warming, especially after the duo were caught discussing their children to each.

In a video shared by Barcelona FC on Twitter which has now gone viral, the pair was seen chit-chatting in Spanish about their children’s sleeping hours.

Messi was heard asking Suarez if his son also slept at 11pm of which the former Liverpool star replied he played playstation with “Benja” (Benjami) till 23:30 before he went to bed and slept two minutes after the game.

The Argentine captain told Suarez about how his child (Thiago) also slept almost the same. The Uruguayan striker alighted from the car, wishing Messi good-luck in their match.

A little boy later came to Messi and requested he signed on his jersey which the Argentine did to the joy of the boy’s father.

“Thank you very Much, Messi,”the boy’s father thanked the Argentine.

“You are the best man.”

“Very good. Let’s win!”Messi replied.

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Meanwhile,Legit.nghad reported thatLionel Messi scored an incredible goal on Friday night,November 15, which gave Argentina a 1-0 win over Brazil in a tough friendly encounter.

Both nations paraded their first team squad with Brazil having the likes of Willian, Gabriel Jesus, Firmino, while Argentina lined up Lionel Messi, Nicolas Otamendi and Rodrigo De Paul.

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