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The seven-time Ballon d'Or winner scored all five goals when the two sides squared off recently and it was the definition of a masterclass.
Messi strolled through the entire game with ease and sprinkled moments of magic throughout.
We've all seen him annihilate Estonia's press with one pass at this point, but another clip has gone viral.
The Paris Saint-Germain superstar attempted to get into the Estonia box and was ushered away. Any normal player would bide their time and maybe pass to a teammate to retain possession. Not Messi.
What followed was Messi attempting a 'Cruyff turn' which bounces off his standing leg and into space for him to pass out wide.
It managed to take three Estonia players out of the game and all three had the same confused look on their face.
We need to address the elephant in the room though. Did he mean it? As of right now, nobody has the clear answer.
Someone commented: "Definitely a mistake he corrected. No way he meant it, that's alien stuff."
Another said: "How annoying must it be to face this guy, he makes his own skills."
While a third tweeted: "The most unexpected skill of the year."
Many are willing to give Messi the benefit of the doubt however. He sees things on the pitch most of us can't.
Argentina have had a brilliant international break and also beat Italy 3-0 in Finalissima at the start of June.
Lionel Scaloni's side are now 33 games unbeaten in all competitions and will be hoping to take that form into this winter's World Cup.
Messi's had a tough season at club level and scored just six Ligue 1 goals in his debut season at PSG.
Despite that, he's managed to end his campaign on a high and he sent a message to fans on social media.
The 34-year-old said: "We could not close the season better. We won the Finalissima and today we added more minutes preparing for the World Cup.
"Thanks again to everyone who came to the field and to those who follow us from a distance. We’re going to rest for a few days and we’ll be back very soon."
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