Lionel Messi made his 147th global match for Argentina on Monday, equaling Javier Mascherano’s all-time album to the Albiceleste.
The Barcelona forward began as his national team’s 1-0 win over Paraguay in the Copa América, helping fasten Argentina’s passing to the quarterfinals.
Papu Gómez’s goal in the 10th minute was sufficient to win from the minimal and maintain Argentina undefeated in the championship.
Throughout the weekend, Messi had left a buff happy by registering his impressive tattoo onto his rear, which reveals the famous picture of this Argentine holding his top in the Bernabéu after scoring the winning goal, the 500th of his career, against Real Madrid at 2017.
The network TyC Sports printed a photograph of this unbelievable work of art on its own Instagram webpage, where Messi watched it and commented he would love to sign it.
After Messi fulfilled his promise, the enthusiast returned into the tattoo shop to possess the Argentine’s signature placed on his back eternally.
In a second Group A match before, Chile secured their ticket into the quarterfinals because of a 1-1 draw against Uruguay, having a unique goal by Arturo Vidal that annulled the first scored by Eduardo Vargas.