Former Barcelona star Lionel Messi, has now scored 27 goals against English opposition, after scoring his first goal for PSG against Man City.
Messi, struggled to adapt to life in France, with the attacker being said to be at odds with new manager Mauricio Pochettino.
In deed, Messi had even refused to greet Pochettino after being substituted during a league game in France.
However, against PSG Messi, was back to his absolute best, with the magician being involved in creating the first goal which was scored by Idrissa Gueye during the first half.
Messi's impact was even more crucial during the second half, as Messi linked up perfectly with Kylian Mbappe, to score his team's second goal.
After scoring, Messi showed his gratitude towards Mbappe, with a heartfelt gesture of acknowledging him for the assist.
Messi however did not stop there, as fans were surprised to see the Argentine lying down on the floor as Man City prepared to take a free kick against PSG.
This genuine gesture by the former Barcelona star, was widely appreciated by fans as the Argentine, was not known that being a player who did the 'dirty' work. Here are some reactions from fans.
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