FIFA was forced to remove the tweet claiming Messi was the greatest player ever because Ronaldo supporters reacted so angrily to it (greatest of all time).
Argentina was crowned the 2022 World Cup champion in the late evening of December 18 after defeating France 4-2 on penalties. As a result, Lionel Messi has acquired all of the remaining trophies, raising his overall tally to a significant amount. Additionally, Messi and Ronaldo’s argument over who is the superior player will finally come to an end after this victory. This has been happening for a long time.
Because of this, FIFA has declared Lionel Messi to be the greatest player in the history of the game. FIFA specifically referred to Messi as the “GOAT” (Greatest Of All Time) in a tweet that was published immediately following this striker’s World Cup victory. The GOAT is no longer a topic of discussion.
The best player in the world has finally won the most significant trophy, the World Cup. The organization had inscribed “legacy completed” beneath the image. Right now, El Pulga is in possession of both the gold trophy and the “Man of the Match” honor.
But not so long ago, FIFA removed this item after receiving numerous complaints from Cristiano Ronaldo supporters. Following this choice, they claimed that FIFA was unduly biased in favor of Messi and was not neutral enough. They are so biased, and this World Cup is already prepared, one fan complained.
We can guess that FIFA wants Messi to win the competition with a fair amount of accuracy.
“This is a horrible problem. It’s hard to believe that these things were written by FIFA.
Fans of Ronaldo were able to convince FIFA to “take away” from Messi the title of “GOAT,” which FIFA had given to him before. On the other hand, it’s hard to argue against the fact that Ronaldo’s “eternal opponent,” England, is in a bad place right now and can’t help Portugal reach its goals. England has made up a lot of ground on Portugal. Messi was the captain of Argentina’s team at the time, and he played very well in Qatar. He scored 7 goals and set up 3 others, which was a big part of Argentina’s success at the world championship. The team that stood for South America was Argentina.