" Robertson apologizes: "I am ashamed of what I did to Messi"

Liverpool footballer Andy Robertson spoke in an interview with the ‘Daily Mail’ about the provocation he launched on Leo Messi in the famous Anfield match between FC Barcelona and Liverpool. The player of the reds, in an action of the game, with Messi on the ground, pushed the head of the Argentine star with two hands in an unsportsmanlike action that was without punishment by the referee Cakir despite being able to count on the VAR to check it out

“I remember that moment with shame, I do not like to see it,” and added that “I have nothing but respect for him and Barcelona but that day we had to go as it were and if that gesture would serve to decentralize the best in the world. .. ”

The Liverpool footballer added that “I’m sorry, that’s not me as a person, it’s not my personality and maybe I went out of line.”

Barça flies to Naples today
The Barça team will play a Champions League knockout game again after Anfield’s fateful duel and will do so in what was the temple of Maradona. The team will fly this Monday from Barcelona and when arriving in the Italian city you will find strong security measures for the Coronavirus.

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