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Lionel Messi’s son – Mateo – is caught throwing gum into a crowd of fans at the World Cup

‘That boy is Argentinian from head to toe!’: Fans applaud Lionel Messi’s son ‘bad boy’ Mateo after throwing his lollipop into the crowd during Argentina’s last 16 victory over Australia… before being scolded by his mother Antonella!

  • Lionel Messi’s son appeared in a hilarious video that went viral on social media
  • Mateo Messi threw a lollipop from the stands during the World Cup
  • The incident occurred during Argentina’s recent 2-1 win over Australia
  • Messi’s wife – Antonela Roccuzzo – tries to restrain her son, but fails

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Lionel Messi’s son Mateo was caught on video this week throwing a lollipop at fans during a World Cup match.

The Messi family was on hand for Argentina’s 2-1 win over Australia in the round of 16, where the PSG striker was on hand to score his country’s opening goal.

However, chaos ensued in the stands when Messi’s middle child threw a lollipop into the crowd that had gathered among the family.

Mateo Messi Stood With His Family During The Confrontation Between Argentina And Australia

The Youngster Was Spotted Throwing A Stick Of Gum Into The Audience

The Youngster Was Spotted Throwing A Stick Of Gum Into The Audience

Mato Messi stood with his family before throwing away the remains of his lollipop

Lionel Messi Has Been In Impressive Form For Argentina During Their World Cup Campaign

Lionel Messi Has Been In Impressive Form For Argentina During Their World Cup Campaign

Lionel Messi has been in impressive form for Argentina during their World Cup campaign

In the video, Messi’s wife – Antonela Roccuzzo – can be seen smiling with two of her children.

Next to her is Mateo, the middle child of Messi’s three sons. He quickly goes to grab the remains of his lollipop before being stopped by his mother.

Moments later, however, the seven-year-old managed to throw the lollipop into the crowd, much to his mother’s disappointment.

Roccuzzo quickly gives her son a warning and orders him to move away from the barrier, which he does.

While she didn’t find the situation amusing, a number of fans took to social media to praise the seven-year-old’s “funny” actions.

Mateo Doesn'T Hesitate As He Throws His Lollipop Into The Crowd

Mateo Doesn'T Hesitate As He Throws His Lollipop Into The Crowd

Antonela Roccuzzo Quickly Gets Up After Noticing Her Son'S Actions

Antonela Roccuzzo Quickly Gets Up After Noticing Her Son'S Actions

Messi’s wife – Antonela Roccuzzo – tried to stop Mateo from throwing the ball, but it was too late

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1670267117 343 Lionel Messis Son Mateo Is Caught Throwing Gum

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1670267117 588 Lionel Messis Son Mateo Is Caught Throwing Gum

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1670267117 917 Lionel Messis Son Mateo Is Caught Throwing Gum

Fans Online Were Quick To Praise Mateo For His Hilarious Actions During The Game Against Argentina

Fans Online Were Quick To Praise Mateo For His Hilarious Actions During The Game Against Argentina

Fans online were quick to praise Mateo for his hilarious actions during the game against Argentina

“Pls he’s so funny,” one fan wrote. They added a crying emoji at the end to indicate the hilarity of the situation.

“He’s not real,” another wrote, using the same emojis accompanying the message.

“That boy is Argentinian from head to toe!” one user wrote.

Mateo’s actions seem to have been closely followed by his younger brother Ciro, who was also berated by his mother during the tournament in Qatar.

Ciro Messi (Left) Appeared To Be In Trouble After He Was Seen Running Through The Family Suite And Jumping On Chairs Before Argentina'S Match Against Poland

Ciro Messi (Left) Appeared To Be In Trouble After He Was Seen Running Through The Family Suite And Jumping On Chairs Before Argentina'S Match Against Poland

Ciro Messi (left) appeared to be in trouble after he was seen running through the family suite and jumping on chairs before Argentina’s match against Poland

Lionel Messi'S Wife Antonela Roccuzzo Appeared To Admonish Their Youngest Son, Ciro Messi, Ahead Of The Start Of Wednesday'S Match Against Poland At The World Cup

Lionel Messi'S Wife Antonela Roccuzzo Appeared To Admonish Their Youngest Son, Ciro Messi, Ahead Of The Start Of Wednesday'S Match Against Poland At The World Cup

Lionel Messi’s wife Antonela Roccuzzo appeared to admonish their youngest son, Ciro Messi, ahead of the start of Wednesday’s match against Poland at the World Cup

According to Argentine news channel TN, four-year-old Ciro Messi was photographed jumping on top of the seats and was spotted in the suite area of ​​Stadium 974 on Wednesday.

The excitement of the youngest of Messi’s three children – all boys – ahead of the clash with Poland was enough to get a deadly look from his mother.

Roccuzzo could then be seen gesturing to Ciro in an attempt to get him to behave before order was restored.

The family eventually settled down and cheered as Messi and Argentina beat Poland 2-0 to progress to the knockout stage.

Lionel Messi'S Wife, Antonela Roccuzzo (Centre), Catches Their Youngest Son, Four-Year-Old Ciro Messi, Jumping On Top Of A Chair Ahead Of The Start Of Argentina'S 2-0 Win Over Poland On Wednesday. Roccuzzo Was At One Point Photographed Berating Him

Lionel Messi'S Wife, Antonela Roccuzzo (Centre), Catches Their Youngest Son, Four-Year-Old Ciro Messi, Jumping On Top Of A Chair Ahead Of The Start Of Argentina'S 2-0 Win Over Poland On Wednesday. Roccuzzo Was At One Point Photographed Berating Him

Lionel Messi’s wife, Antonela Roccuzzo (centre), catches their youngest son, four-year-old Ciro Messi, jumping on top of a chair ahead of the start of Argentina’s 2-0 win over Poland on Wednesday. Roccuzzo was at one point photographed berating him

The Messi family were on hand to watch their father’s impressive performance at the World Cup so far.

Messi has scored three goals and one assist in his four games so far. He managed to score his first ever World Cup goal in the knockout round against Australia on Saturday.

The 35-year-old hopes to increase his score when his team faces the Netherlands in the quarter-finals of the competition on Friday.

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