Lionel Messi can Confidently claim that he is one of the best players in the wolrd.But with all the achievements their is one strange mystery in his carrier.
When Barcelona faced Diportivo last season Messi was spotted by the camera gagging, retching and spitting.It's hard to say of the no 10 did it because of what he ate that day or whether is a simple case of the pre-chunder spits which he managed to wrestle back down.Messi was injured for a month and was quickly returned to the team when they had to face Real Madrid in the El classico.Again, messi was caught hunched over retching before collecting a pill from the sidelines.Former Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella said messi vomiting was caused by nerves and anxiety.But in Spain they believe it’s due to a medical condition known as chronic sinustis.An infflation that causes sinuses and mucus buildup which leads to vomiting when you are exercising.
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