Lionel Messi, his lovely wife Antonela, and their three sons pose with Ed Sheeran.
During Lionel Messi’s offseason, following Inter Miami’s elimination from the MLS playoffs, he and his wife, Antonela, along with their three sons (Mateo, Thiago, and Ciro) enjoyed some quality family time by attending Ed Sheeran’s concert. The family was spotted posing with the British music star. Lionel Messi, 36 years old, shared a heartwarming video on Instagram showing his children singing along to Sheeran’s song “Bad Habits” during the concert at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium.
Messi, sporting a simple white t-shirt, is seen grinning in the video as he listens to his children sing and nods in time to the beat of the song.
His post received almost three million likes in just one hour after it was uploaded online without a caption.
Nike said, “Messi x Ed Sheeran.”
Lionel Messi went to Ed Sheeran’s Miami event with his wife Antonela and their three youngsters.
Mateo, 8, Thiago, 7, and Ciro, 5, are the three children that Messi and Antonela are happy to call their own.
As part of “The Mathematics Tour,” Sheeran has been in the United States since June. The tour is scheduled to conclude in Europe in August of next year.
His next show is set for October 28 at Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium.
Messi, who helped Argentina win the 2022 World Cup, has 11 goals this season in 14 games for Miami.
Since Messi joined the squad in mid-July, the Herons have had four victories, four losses, and four draws in the league. They were winless in their last six league games (three loses, three draws).
The Argentine participated in Miami’s final regular season match of Major League Soccer on Saturday, losing 1-0. Earlier this month, his nation defeated Peru 2-0 in World Cup qualification.
With Miami, Messi, 36, had a good season after bringing home the team’s first piece of silverware.
Now, when the squad plays two exhibition matches in China on November 5 and 8, Messi is anticipated to don Miami’s pink jersey once more. Inter Miami will be embarking on its inaugural tour.
Following Argentina’s last World Cup qualifiers on November 16 and 21, Messi should take a longer vacation before Inter Miami starts getting ready for 2024.
The former Ballon d’Or winner has also refuted rumors that he may return to Barcelona on loan as he waits for the 2023–24 Major League Soccer season to begin.
After winning the Leagues Cup in the summer, the first piece of silverware in the club’s history, Inter Miami head coach Gerardo “Tata” Martino admitted his team was exhausted by the demanding schedule by the end of the season.
“Three tournaments were held, and only one was won,” Martino stated via a translator. The group was worn out. That is not a justification. Well, that is the truth.