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Messi's "exit door" incident reversed? Wait, this is different from Messi's blackface treatment of Chinese fans

Messi's "exit door" incident reversed? Wait, this is different from Messi's blackface treatment of Chinese fans

On February 18, Beijing time, Messi's "exit door" incident seemed to have taken a big turn.

The chairman and chief executive of Tatler Asia, the organizer of Messi's Hong Kong trip, said in an interview that he had learned 15 minutes before the game that Messi would not be on the pitch.

Messi's "exit door" incident reversed? Wait, this is different from Messi's blackface treatment of Chinese fans

Obviously, this statement is not consistent with the previous statements of the organizers.

Because on February 5, the organizer issued a document saying that after the first half of the game, it was learned that Messi could not play due to injury.

As soon as this news came out, it immediately caused a heated discussion among many fans.

Fans turned their guns one after another to accuse the organizers and Huo Qigang.

Messi's "exit door" incident reversed? Wait, this is different from Messi's blackface treatment of Chinese fans

At first glance, the reason for Messi's refusal to play seems to have been revealed.

In fact, Messi still has an unshirkable responsibility in the entire goalkeeping incident.

First of all, it is naturally Messi's attitude towards Chinese fans.

According to the video transmitted back from the scene, it can be seen that almost all the 40,000 fans at the scene were looking for Messi to watch the game.

After all, a major league team like Miami International, which has no background, rarely goes to watch the game even if it is paid upside down.

And Messi's black face throughout the whole process, coupled with a completely different attitude after arriving in Japan, has completely shown that Messi doesn't like Chinese fans from the bottom of his heart.

Secondly, it is Messi's attitude towards the chief executive.

It is undeniable that the Hong Kong government and the organizers seemed a little amateurish in the process of Messi's trip to Hong Kong, but this is not a reason for Messi to put his hands in his pockets and ignore the chief executive.

It's like when we go to someone else's house as a guest, even if the host doesn't take good care of it, it can't directly give others a look.

In the end, Messi has not given a reasonable explanation to Chinese fans so far.

Yes, we can understand that there are injuries and cannot play, and we can also understand that there are problems with the contract, but this is not a reason for Messi to ignore Chinese fans.

In the same situation, look at how Ronaldo did it at the beginning, and then look at how Messi did it.

Messi's "exit door" incident reversed? Wait, this is different from Messi's blackface treatment of Chinese fans

To put it bluntly, Messi didn't even bother to copy Ronaldo's homework in Shenzhen, is this still the management responsibility of the organizer and Huo Qigang.

It is worth mentioning that Messi's "appearance door" incident has developed so far, and it is about to evolve into the Rashomon incident.

Some fans also began to change from a silent attitude to bombarding the Hong Kong government organizers and Huo Qigang.

However, does it make a difference?

It is a fact that Messi did not play, and it was also a fact that Japan played three days later.

It is the organizer's business that the organizer is too amateurish, and Messi's blackface attitude towards Chinese fans is Messi's own business.

The two cannot be deliberately confused.

Messi's "exit door" incident reversed? Wait, this is different from Messi's blackface treatment of Chinese fans

Besides, when the organizers proposed to refund the money, where were the teams of Inter Miami and Messi?

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