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Gary Lineker is stunned by Lionel Messi’s skills as the pundit retweets a throwback clip from

Gary Lineker is stunned by Lionel Messi’s skills as the pundit retweets a throwback clip of the Argentine star embarrassing his former Barcelona teammates in training

  • A Barcelona fan account posted an old video of Lionel Messi’s skill in training
  • Gary Lineker retweeted the post along with some crazy emoji
  • Messi left Barcelona after 21 years on a free transfer to join PSG last summer



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Gary Lineker was stunned by Lionel Messi’s skill after sharing a video of the Argentine embarrassing his former Barcelona team-mates during training.

A Blaugrana fan account posted a throwback clip of Messi blowing past his former teammates multiple times to find the net and captioned it: “Messi looks like he’s in the school yard. Very easy.’

Former Barcelona striker and pundit Gary Lineker retweeted the video and posted a single mind-boggling emoji.

A Barcelona fan account posted a video of Lionel Messi (pictured) embarrassing his former teammates

Gary Lineker (pictured) was stunned by Lionel Messi's skill in an old training video

Gary Lineker (pictured) was stunned by Lionel Messi's skill in an old training video

Gary Lineker (right) was stunned by the skill of Lionel Messi (left) in an old training video

The expert retweeted the video and posted a single stunned emoji in response

The expert retweeted the video and posted a single stunned emoji in response

The expert retweeted the video and posted a single stunned emoji in response

Messi played for Barcelona for 21 years before emotionally leaving the Camp Nou to join Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer last summer.

The 34-year-old has struggled in Ligue 1 just once in 12 appearances in the French top league.

But it’s clear Lineker is still a fan of Messi, despite the attacker’s woes in the French capital this season.

The pundit has long been an admirer of Messi and claimed he played a different sport than he compared him to Maradona.

The forward has struggled in Ligue 1 since moving to PSG, scoring just one league goal

The forward has struggled in Ligue 1 since moving to PSG, scoring just one league goal

The forward has struggled in Ligue 1 since moving to PSG, scoring just one league goal

“It’s two Argentinians, that’s true, but the reason” [I love them] is easy: I love football and what they gave to the game, no one gave them,” he said marca in October.

“Without comparing them, they both did things the rest of us mortals can’t even imagine. They gave us happiness. There were other greats, like the two Ronaldos for example, but I think of them more as great goalscorers.

“Diego and Leo did, and do, in every game two or three things that neither I nor almost anyone else did in a whole career. They play a different sport.’

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