The best photos of Messi’s birthday party

how he deserves itLionel Messi celebrated his 35th birthday in Ibiza surrounded by his teammates and friends from the National Team. The now PSG player is on the Spanish island with his family and cited other footballers who are also on vacation and were able to attend the paradisiacal destination to blow out the candles with him.

Both the footballers and their partners were sharing material on social networks. Even in a video uploaded by Agus Gandolfo, wife of Lautaro Martínez, you can see everyone dancing and Tini and De Paul talking in the background. It is the only image that circulated of the singer at the celebration. In Ole We collect the best that could be seen from Leo’s birthday.

The best photos of Messi’s birthday

De Paul’s story for Messi’s birthday.

Angelito Correa together with Papu Gómez.

Angelito Correa together with Papu Gómez.

The photos of Messi's birthday.

The photos of Messi’s birthday.

The photos of Messi's birthday.

The photos of Messi’s birthday.

The photos of Messi's birthday.

The photos of Messi’s birthday.

Messi and one of his birthday postcards.

Messi and one of his birthday postcards.

The photos of Messi's birthday.

The photos of Messi’s birthday.

The wives of the players dancing and in the background Tini with De Paul

Leandro Paredes was the first to upload the group image of the members of the Scaloneta, which was later replicated by several on their social networks. Who said present? Let’s go to one x one of the photo…

From left to right

The players who attended Messi's birthday.

The players who attended Messi’s birthday.

The players of the National Team celebrated Messi's birthday.

The players of the National Team celebrated Messi’s birthday.

Up: Javier Pastore (former National Team and current Elche midfielder), Nicolás Otamendi (Benfica), Gio Lo Celso (Villarreal), Joaquín Correa (Inter), Leandro Paredes (PSG), Nahuel Molina (Udinese), Lautaro Martínez (Inter) and Nicolás Tagliafico (Ajax).

Down: Angel Correa (Atlético Madrid), Rodrigo De Paul (Atlético Madrid), Angel Di María (Free, negotiates with Juventus), Lionel Messi (PSG) and Alejandro Gómez (Sevilla).

Lionel Messi turns 35 this Friday and it is a more than unusual celebration in his life, since he was rarely able to take advantage of his day without being affected by the concentrations of the National Team. Of course, at this time of the year competitions such as the World Cup or the Copa America are usually played but, since Qatar ran for November, this time it was in the middle of Leo’s vacation.

In Ibiza for a few days to enjoy the end of the European break (he must attend the PSG preseason on July 4), Leo enjoys the sea and the beach with Antonela and his dear couple friends, Luis Suárez and Sofía Balbi, Cesc Fábregas and Daniella Semaan, and Mariana Balbi (sister-in-law of the Uruguayan striker who was also celebrating her birthday) and her husband.

“Together at last,” Anto wrote when reuploading the photo originally posted by Sofía Balbi, which shows the four couples in front of a paradisiacal sunrise. One that Leo was rarely able to experience in his career: on 13 of his last 18 birthdays he was linked to the National Team, often surrounded by teammates and coaching staff, but without family. Suárez also greeted him: “35 and daddy. With little wrinkles but we are remarkable.”

The first of his National Team celebrations was in the now distant 2004. One more than special too, because it was in the preview of the friendly organized by Julio Grondona, then president of the AFA, so that Leo would sign the list and could not be summoned in the future for Spain, which in those days was trying to tempt him to add him to the Red. Five days after his 17 years, he debuted with the U20 and scored a goal.

In addition, on four occasions he had to meet in the previous World Cup (Germany, South Africa, Brazil and Russia) and on six he was affected by different editions of the Copa América, including the one in 2021, which finally cut the streak without titles in the Higher. And in 2020, although without competition, the celebration was brief due to the pandemic. That’s why these 35 are special. That yes: the desire at the time of blowing out the candles we all already know.

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