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Lionel Messi Sent Off The For The First Time In His Barcelona Career As They Lose Spanish Super Cup Final

Lionel Messi Sent Off The For The First Time In His Barcelona Career As They Lose Spanish Super Cup Final

Lionel Messi was shown a straight red card following a VAR review as Barcelona lost the Spanish Super Cup final to Athletic Bilbao.

Messi lashed out at Asier Villalibre in an off the ball incident and was dismissed after the match referee reviewed the decision.

Messi's red card on Sunday is the first of his glittering club career with fans slamming the 33-year-old for his actions.

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Barcelona looked to be winning the trophy after Antoine Griezmann's brace until the 90th minute in normal time.

Villalibre stunned Ronald Koeman's side as he made it 2-2 to send the game into extra-time.

Inaki Williams then gave Athletic Bilbao the lead for the first time in the match with a terrific strike in the 93rd minute.

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