Jerome Boateng says he would love to see fans defending against Messi

Jerome Boateng says he would love to see fans defending against Messi

- Jerome Boateng was unable to stop Lionel Messi in 2015

- The Bayern Munich defender was mercilessly dribbled by Messi

- Boateng is not worried telling fan that no one will find it easy against Messi

Boateng has given an hilarious answer to one fan who asked him to explain how he felt when he was dribbled by Lionel Messi in the Champions League.

Jerome Boateng faced one of his troubled days at work against Lionel Messi when his club met Barcelona in the Champions League semifinal first leg in 2015.

Barcelona recorded superb 3-0 victory over Bayern Munich in that encounter with Lionel Messi in the best form of his life.

As a left full back, it was expected that Jerome Boateng would come against winger Lionel Messi, but he failed to stop the Argentine football star.

Lionel Messi dribbled Jerome Boateng to the extent that the German defender fell on the ground after finding it difficult to stop the Barcelona star.

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And when being asked to speak on the incident in a question and answer on twitter, Jerome Boateng stated that he would love the fans to have the chance to face Lionel Messi.

This statement means that it will be difficult for defenders to stop Lionel Messi on the pitch most especially the day he is in good form.

Lionel Messi eventually scored two goals against Bayern Munich in that match before losing 3-2 in the second leg and qualified for the final where they defeated Juventus 3-1.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi has once again proven that football flows in his vein after producing a superb skills at home with toilet roll in stay at home challenge.

Businesses, firms, schools, football games and many other things have been affected by the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus which has been threatening all humans on earth.

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Authorities in charge of the Spanish La Liga were forced to suspend all League games because of the virus so as for it not to be spreading at the stadiums.

And since Lionel Messi plays in the La Liga, the Argentine football star has no other choice than for him to stay home fully with his family so as to prevent themselves from contracting the virus.

There have been toilet roll challenge going on on social media in which many have showed their skills since there is no chance to play football.

Lionel Messi however showed that he knows how to do it better by raising the toilet roll with his two legs 20 times before playing it out.

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