Lionel Messi: Ascending to Greatness

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The story began with curiosity and passion for a ball, and turned into a story of a great talent, stuck in a limited body, striving to prove himself and his abilities.

it’s a story of mental and physical development together. a story of a young man who wants to please his countrymen after leaving them to achieve his dreams.

This is the story of the beginning of Lionel Messi‘s career, and how he ascended to the top of Football.

From Rosario and his small footsteps at Grandoli and Newel»s Old Boys, to his trip to Barcelona and his development within the famous La Masia academy. From gaining confidence under manager Frank Rijkaard, to blossoming into the best player in the world under manager Pep Guardiola.

All of this and more will be covered in this lengthy episode.

Written, Directed, and Edited by:
Fahad Al-Thekair

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100 comentario en “Lionel Messi: Ascending to Greatness”
  1. What a great video. I can't wait for the 2nd part, and I hope it ends right when he wins the WC. In a few years, I hope to come here again and see the 3rd and final part of the series. The GOAT

  2. Its so unfair for other footballers to play in messi era its like competing with an alien
    As a ronaldo fan Ronaldo did everything other footballers with exceptional talents couldnt do. But Ronaldo never knew that he was fighting an alien a guy who could stop playing football for 2 years and when he comes back he would still be the same thats the only difference with the talents of hardworking ronaldo and Alien Messi.
    Ronaldo no matter what he does he will always be second to Messi.

  3. 23:35 this is the difference between eras. Look at Mbappe, look at other nation teams and look at them playing 17, and 18 year olds in important World Cup matches or euros or Copa America matches. Messi was most definitely better if not equal to these players having chances in this big nations. But the fact that he wasn’t played because of the hierarchy system in football at the time was a massive mistake on the coaching staff. Seriously you can say: “he was young and didn’t have experience” but look at Mbappe, look at pedri, Gavi, and etc. Messi was good and he was game changing. This is really why I hate people even comparing Messi and Ronaldo to the likes of Haaland and Mbappe. Messi and Ronaldo are the goats, but they were never given the same chances as Mbappe at 18. When people say: Mbappe has more goals than Messi at 18,19,20 it’s like of course he had more goals, Messi didn’t get the same chances at those ages. This was also the same time as most players would slow down at 30 and would want to retire by 32. Yet look at Ronaldo, look at messi, look at Ibra. These were different eras even 15 years ago. Football is almost a totally different sport than it was even 8 years ago. Players are expected to be robotic and not play with flair, why do you think there hasn’t been another Ronaldinho? Ronaldinho was fun to watch but as a player he was never as effective at anything compared to literally any player. Technology has advanced so much that a striker will probably be bought solely on if they have a higher xG and if they convert it more than another player.

  4. Maradona was a bad omen on the Argentina teams that came after his retirement. He was always badmouthing the players and coaches. Meanwhile, he's no great coach. Is it not strange that Argentina started to win trophies after his death? Hmmm my opinion though

  5. Messi might be the greatest gift ever to this sport but he also created the worst thing about it too, Messi fan bois. The football community as a whole is toxic but you can’t even praise any player past or present without Messi fanbois downplaying their career and achievements. The fact that the whole farmers league meme started when pele criticized Messi and all his fan bois tarnished his career by say he played against farmers even though all 3 of brazils World Cup winning squads were made of Brazilian league players. Even today those fans will down play achievements by Mbappe saying he plays in a farmers league and will praise Messi for an assist playing in the same league

  6. Once a wonder kid with a ball at his feet, a talent so rare, a sight to behold. He ran and he dribbled with grace and with speed, a young Messi, full of dreams to unfold.

    As time passed by, he rose to the top, a name on everyone's lips, a star in his own right, with skills unmatched and a fierce goal-scoring knack. He became the best player in the world, shining so bright. Season after season, he showed his class
    with every touch, he left defenders in awe. His brilliance on the pitch, a joy to behold, a magician with a ball who never failed to amaze. He led his team to heights they had never known and with his feet, he etched his name in stone.

    And now he stands, the greatest of them all. A crown he wears with humility and grace. A legend of the game, a king among men, a glorious career filled with records, accolades and goals. But it was not just the numbers or the trophies, It was the joy he brought, the love for the game. The way he played, with passion and soul, a thing of beauty, pure poetry in motion.

    From a wonder kid, to the best player in the world to the greatest of all time, his legacy secured in history's grand hall. Messi's story is one of passion and talent, a tale of greatness, forever to be told.

  7. Messi's story is just perfect. Everything about it is incredible. From him leaving the national team only to return and finally win the world cup, to having a world class player in the same era only to constantly crush him and show him levels..

  8. Fact check: River Plate WAS able and offered to pay for Lio’s treatment completely and Lio wanted to play at River. It was Newells that didn’t want to sign the transfer because they wanted Lio for themselves. This was said by Messi himself during an interview.

  9. We just watched this documentary last night as a family. It's so eye opening. Seeing Messi at a very early age was awesome. Didn't realize he recovered from so many injuries throughout the years. I saved this video to my BEST Messi videos – the G.O.A.T. playlist!

  10. The Bolivia loss was terrible but it is always downplayed, justifyingly, because it was in la paz. What I would pay to see top european side have to play there, lmao mbappe dying after the first sprint, just imaginé.

  11. PART 2 !!!! RIGHT NOW !!!!! NOW !!!!! the era of god of football RIGHT NOW !!!! and champion of the world dreams of messi !!! ❤‍🔥❤‍🔥❤‍🔥 I NEED MORE PLEASE !!!!

  12. This is why I don’t like (Association) Football. It should be if you fake a foul, then its an automatic red card, and say 3 weeks out of the game. With modern frame by frame technology the perpetrators should be easy to detect.

  13. I'd love to see a video about the rise and fall of La Coruña. One of the most interesting clubs of the mid to late 90s/early 00s that went from "Súper Dépor" to third league.

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