- Bolivia vs Argentina's match ended 2-1 in favor of Lionel Scaloni and his wards
- Messi was accused after the match of abusing mother of Marcelo Moreno
- The Barcelona star may be banned if found guilty of what he has been accused of
Argentina on Tuesday night, October 13, came back from a goal down to beat Bolivia 2-1 in World Cup qualifier in which Lautaro Martinez and Joaquin Correa scored the two winning goals.
Marcelo Martins Moreno scored the first goal of the match for Bolivia in the 24th minute after receiving a nice assist from Juan Valverde to give the host nation the lead.
Lionel Messi and his teammates at the national team tried all they could to restore parity after conceding the first goal, but they had to wait until the 45th minute before Martinez scored.
It was a difficult game for Argentina as they had to score the winner in this encounter in the 71st minute through Joaquin Correa.
The victory was a great one for Argentina considering the awesome ways they celebrated their win over Bolivia.
However, there was serious tension later after the final whistle as Lionel Messi was accused to have uttered bitter words against Bolivia scorer Moreno.
According to the report on Sportbible citing Tyc Sports, Lionel Messi's was said to have abused the mother of the 33-year-old Cruzeiro striker.
Investigation is expected to be made on this latest accusation in which Lionel Messi may be banned for unsportsmanship behavior if found guilty.
Messi will travel back to Barcelona to join his teammates in Spain ahead of their next Spanish La Liga game against Getafe on Saturday, October 17.
Barcelona are currently occupying fifth position on the Spanish La Liga with seven points after three games played so far.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Ronald Koeman revealed that he paid Lionel Messi a visit to his mansion after being confirmed as the new Barcelona manager.
The Dutchman got started on a wrong footing with the 33-year-old after the Argentine tried forcing his way out of the Catalan club.
Koeman was said to have informed the six-time Ballon d'Or winner that his privileges had been taken away and the discussion greatly angered the forward.
Messi's mansion is about 12 miles away from Nou Camp in the exclusive suburb of Castelldefels. The facility has a football pitch, a swimming pool, an indoor and a playground for the kids.
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