Lionel Messi Adorably Takes Bottle Flip Challenge With Son Ciro, Wins Hearts Of Netizens

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Barcelona star Lionel Messi was seen playing with his son Ciro in a video, where he was performing the bottle flip challenge. Watch the adorable video here.

Written By Minaam Ansari | Mumbai | Updated On:
Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi was recently seen playing with his son Ciro. The Barcelona star was seen performing the bottle flip challenge with his younger son Ciro, in a video released on social media. Watch Lionel Messi have fun with his son on the weekend.

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Lionel Messi was performing the Bottle flip challenge with his son

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Lionel Messi was exceptional against Leganes

Lionel Messi has picked up form this season after being injured in the initial stage. He has racked up 17 goals so far this season, along with seven assists to his credit. Barcelona and Real Madrid are tied up at 28 points in the LaLiga, however, Barcelona lead the table on the basis of goal difference. The Catalans defeated Leganes in their recent league game, after conceding in the initial stages of the match. 

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Lionel Messi was instrumental in the match, after he assisted Luis Suarez's goal, to cancel out Leganes' strike. Barcelona face Borussia Dortmund at the Camp Nou in the UEFA Champions League group stage match in midweek. Barcelona lead the group table with two wins and two draws in four matches this season. 

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