Pitch Invader Who Took Selfie With Lionel Messi Forced To Delete It By Police
The Catalan giants returned to La Liga action last night and ran out convincing 4-0 winners at the Estadio de Son Moix.
All games in Europe's top leagues are being played behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic but one man did manage to make it into the stadium and onto the pitch.
Pitch invader in a closed door game LMAOOOOOO pic.twitter.com/afrbN84LC0- ً (@VaIverdeSZN) June 13, 2020
Donned in an Argentina shirt with the number 10, the fan makes his way to left-back Jordi Alba before then approaching Messi.
He was ushered away by security and per the Spanish Football Podcast, he explained the incident in full.
"My dream is to get a photo with [Lionel] Messi," the French fan began.
"I went towards him, I saw Jordi Alba first, asked for a photo, then went for Messi. I took a photo but the police made me delete it... I jumped over a fence in the 40th minute. I'll get a fine."
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The fan revealed he had climbed a two-metre fence during the first half and then made his appearance in the second.
That Mallorca pitch invader on COPE last night "My dream is to get a photo with Messi. I went towards him, I saw Jordi Alba first, asked for a photo, then went for Messi. I took a photo but the police made me delete it... I jumped over a fence in the 40th minute. I'll get a fine"- The Spanish Football Podcast (@tsf_podcast) June 14, 2020
He also told told Spanish radio station Cadena Cope per ESPN that the whole situation was 'a nice experience.'
Going to all that effort only to have a photo of Messi deleted must have been a bitter pill to swallow for the lad.
The situation didn't faze Messi however, as the 32-year-old would go on register another assist and score in the second half.
Barcelona are now five points clear at the top of La Liga, with second place Real Madrid returning to action against Eibar this evening.
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