Lionel Messi's woes at Paris Saint Germain continue to deepen after suffering his first injury since moving to Ligue One Uber Eats.
Goal has reported that the Argentine suffered a knee injury during his home debut for PSG.
This means that fans will have to wait longer to see him score the first goal for the club.
The Argentine has not scored a goal in the last four games he has been on the pitch.
As his fans continue to wait, pundits and critics continue to fire shots about him not being the best anymore.
Ronaldo fans are quickly pointing out that it is now clear that Messi is below the latter, who is on a smooth run after switching clubs also.
The Portuguese on the other hand has four goals across all competitions; 3 in EPL and 1 in UCL.
To add more salt to the injury, Messi was substituted in the last game despite making efforts to score.
His facial expression at the bench portrayed a picture of unsportmanship and not in the mood.
Below are some fans trolling Messi after news that he won't play next game.
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