Lionel Messi believes that football “like life will never be the same again” after the coronavirus pandemic, while La Liga will resume
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However, a certain normality should return in the coming weeks, several major football leagues in Europe have restarted or plan to resume the 2019-2020 seasons.
La Liga will start again on June 11, with Messis Barcelona aiming to maintain its two-point advantage over Real Madrid at the top of the rankings.
However, Messi admitted that it is difficult to focus on football given the huge impact of coronavirus, and talked about the “frustration” of not being able to save or protect those close to him, and his belief that football – like the rest of life – face huge changes due to the pandemic.
Messi said El Pais: “Most of us doubt what the world will be after everything that happened. In addition to the isolation and the situation that surprised us, many people have had many mistakes because this situation affected them in one way or another, which happened to all those who lost their lives. family and friends and couldn’t even see them. “La Pulga lamented. .
“I think there have been a lot of negative things in this crisis, but it can’t be any worse than losing the people you love the most, it creates enormous frustration for me and it seems to me most unreasonable of everything. For football , like life in general, I think it will never be the same again. “
Back to the current business for the Argentine, while Barça is at the head of La Liga one point ahead of Real: “The ambitions are the same, to win everything we can and I think we are in good shape to do it, I see that the team can manage good and hopeful. “