Football fans in hysterics at ‘worst ever’ Lionel Messi tattoo following Argentina star lifting World Cup | The Sun

FANS have been left in hysterics after one Argentina supporter got the "worst ever" tattoo of Lionel Messi.

The fan got the World Cup-winning captain inked on their back, but people joked at how bad the design was.


The tattoo shows Messi holding the World Cup trophy in his Argentina shirt, but the proportions of his head seem slightly off.

Despite there being no confirmation that the ink job is genuine, fans were quick to poke fun at it.

One commented: "When the tattoo artist is a Brazil supporter."

A second wrote: "Looks like Messi in 2026 being 39 and overweight."

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A third said: "He should go get his money back."

A fourth added: "Looks like a combo of Messi and Rooney."

Messi lifted the trophy after Argentina beat France in the final in Qatar.

The PSG attacker netted twice in the game, but the tie still had to be settled by a penalty shootout.

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Messi converted his spot-kick, but it was Gonzalo Montiel who slotted home the decisive penalty.

The award completed Messi's glittering trophy cabinet and sealed his legacy as one of, if not, the best footballers of all time.

He has been celebrating alongside his team-mates in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

He is now set to spend Christmas at his home in Rosario and avoid public appearances to spend time with his family.

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