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Lionel Messi's amazing feats without a cape
by Samuel Charles, April 18th, 2013 1:18AM

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[VIDEO PICK: La Pulga] We continue following the saga of the world's highest scoring superhero and in today's episode Lionel Messi directs one of the many priests at his disposal to deliver a signed jersey to the Vatican, and then defeats an evil robot in Japan, while his alter ego prepares for the Champions League semifinals.

The powers of Messi are vast, ranging from bearing small gifts to battling robot tyrants.

This clip finds Pope Francis delighted to receive a Barcelona jersey signed by Argentine Leo Messi. Spanish priest Miguel Delgado Delindo presented it on behalf of the world’s best player during a public audience at the Vatican on Wednesday

The new Pontiff is a documented fan of San Lorenzo in Argentina; so if you hear rumors about Messi transferring, don’t be shocked…



This recently aired appearance of Messi on a Japanese game show includes sound effects, animation and a robot goalkeeper, which the global icon actually had trouble beating initially. This is the edited version ...



1 comment
  1. Aresenal Fan
    commented on: April 18, 2013 at 4:52 p.m.
    Wow, expect Barca to win many more titles. First the Referees, and now the pope on their side....ha

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