Argentina’s Lionel Messi, according to Piers Morgan should have been sent off against Holland.

Argentina's Lionel Messi, according to Piers Morgan should have been sent off against Holland.
Argentina’s Lionel Messi, according to Piers Morgan should have been sent off against Holland.

Argentina beat Holland on penalties to reach the World Cup semi-finals.

Piers Morgan says Lionel Messi should have been sent off when Argentina beat Netherlands on penalties. Copa America winners surrendered a 2-0 lead as Wout Weghorst scored two late goals to tie the game.

Virgil van Dijk decks Leandro Parades as Netherlands bench invades pitch.

Argentina beat Croatia 4-3 on penalties after 120 minutes of action to advance to the semi-finals.

Messi assisted Nahuel Molina’s opener and scored Argentina’s second goal from the penalty spot.

He scored Argentina’s first penalty in the shootout to help his team win.

Morgan, Cristiano Ronaldo’s friend, felt the veteran should not have played.

 

Andy Murray replied, “Messiah more like” to his “Missi” tweet.

Morgan continued, “Messi shouldn’t have been on the pitch. He should have gotten a second booking and red card.”

He accused the BBC of favoring Messi, which he found boring.

Messi was cautioned in the 111th minute for a deliberate handball.

Antonio Mateu Lahoz issued 15 yellow cards, including one to Lionel Scaloni.

Messi criticized Lahoz after the match: “I don’t want to talk about the referee because they’ll punish you for being honest. FIFA can’t use this kind of referee for this type of match.”

The Argentine captain appeared to call out a Dutch player during his interview in the mixed zone.

Emiliano Martinez claimed the referee was against Argentina in his postgame interview “We led 2-0 before the ref started favoring them.

The ref gave them 10 minutes for no reason and free kicks outside the box because he wanted them to score. Hopefully we don’t have that ref anymore, he’s useless.

“I heard Louis van Gaal say ‘we have an advantage in penalties, if we go to penalties we win.'”

Van Gaal said Martinez told him in Spanish after the game that he “talks too much.”

Martinez was shirtless and yelled at the Holland bench after saving two penalty kicks, “I f*** you twice!”

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