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‘YOUR MUM’S C***’: Lionel Messi Roars Expletive At Sergio Ramos After Real Madrid Star Pranked Him In Barcelona’s Super Cup Defeat

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Lionel Messi hit out at Sergio Ramos with a foul-mouthed rant in a heated up clash with the Los Blancos man during Real Madrid’s Super Cup win over arch rivals Barcelona on Wednesday night.

Lionel Messi blasted Sergio Ramos with an X-rated outburst after the Real Madrid star threw the ball away

Messi, who was already frustrated, was left fuming when the Los Blancos skipper Ramos stopped the Barcelona legend from taking a quick free-kick.

Lionel Messi wanted to take a quick free-kick but Sergio Ramos picked up the ball to stop it

Ramos quickly picked up the ball, with Messi stretching his hands forward to get it back, and it looked like that the Spaniard was going to hand it back to him.

Ramos looked as if he was going to give the ball back – before throwing it over his head at the last second

But the Real Madrid defender instead threw the ball over his head and went back to his position.

And that drew a foul-mouthed response from the five-time Ballon d’Or winner.

Messi then said: “La concha de tu madre”

Messi shouted: “La concha de tu madre.”

Which translates to: ‘Your mum’s c***’

Which, in English, translates to: “Your mum’s c***.”

It was a rare outburst from Messi, who was left frustrated and heart-broken after his team succumbed to a second El Clasico defeat in a week.

Marco Asensio showed why he is under the radar of top European clubs with a stunning goal as Real Madrid thrashed fierce rivals Barcelona to win the Super Cup.

Real Madrid proved far too good for Barcelona to claim the early-season silverware

Real Madrid delivered another sensational display to see off Barcelona and win the Spanish Super Cup, the 10th in the club’s history.

Real Madrid beat Barcelona 2-0 to complete a 5-1 victory on aggregate in the Spanish Super Cup on Wednesday, dominating its fiercest rival without the need of Cristiano Ronaldo or Gareth Bale.

It was a truly spectacular start as Marco Asensio’s beauty put Real Madrid 1-0 up

Marco Asensio, who also struck a spectacular goal in the first leg, pulled off the same trick after just four minutes with a long-range curler that shook Barcelona, who never seemed to recover.

Karim Benzema doubled Madrid’s lead when he capitalised on slack defending to fire home from Marcelo’s low cross, while Lucas Vazquez hit the post for Madrid.

Karim Benzema does not often get the credit he deserves as he works hard at the top for Real Madrid

While Bale was rested on the bench, Ronaldo watched the game from the Santiago Bernabeu stands as he completed the first game of a five-match ban for pushing the referee who sent him off in Sunday’s 3-1 first-leg win.

Asensio filled in perfectly for Madrid’s star, scoring five minutes into the match for his second goal in the season’s curtain raiser. Benzema added a second goal in the 39th after Lucas Vazquez had already hit the post for the hosts.

Marco Asensio decided to try his luck from 35-yards out with just four minutes on the clock

Last season’s Liga and Champions League winners, Madrid also beat Manchester United to win the European Super Cup last week.

“We played very well in the away leg and we had a great game tonight, above all in the first half, which was spectacular,” Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said. “We have to congratulate the players because they were fantastic. You couldn’t notice the changes (to the starting lineup).”

It was soon time for Karim Benzema to show his own skills on the Bernabeu pitch with a sublime goal

Barcelona struggled to score for a second match since the shocking departure of Neymar on a world-record transfer to Paris Saint-Germain. The closest it went to scoring was Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez hitting the woodwork in the second half after the title was already in Madrid’s grasp.

In the end it was disappointment for Messi and co as they watched Real Madrid lift the Super Cup

After seeing his team be soundly beaten on its home pitch in his debut with the team on Sunday, Barcelona’s new coach Ernesto Valverde decided to revamp both his starting 11 and its formation.

He ditched Barcelona’s classic 4-3-3 formation for a 3-5-2, with only Messi and Suarez up front. Neymar had accompanied them for the past four seasons before he bolted for PSG.

Valverde also gave starts to midfielders Andre Gomes and Sergi Roberto and defender Javier Mascherano, in place of Sunday’s starters Aleix Vidal, Gerard Deulofeu and the injured Andres Iniesta.

Lionel Messi lacked confidence

Barcelona had no answer for Madrid’s pressure, lost ball after ball in its own half, and clearly missed Neymar’s presence on the left flank to start quick attacks.

“They showed more energy in their pressure and we suffered when they recovered the ball,” Valverde said. “It’s obvious that we have to recover our spirit quickly.”The only bright spot on another long night for Barcelona was the positive contribution of Roberto, who provided the only consistent attacking spark besides Messi.

Zidane also rested Francisco “Isco” Alarcon and Casemiro, who went on late. Luka Modric was back from suspension and outplayed all of Barcelona’s midfielders.

Asensio picked up right where he had left the first leg, stunning goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen with a long strike that floated overhead before landing in the net.

It’s not hard to see why Marco Asensio has become one of the most-talked about talents in world football

Asensio earned a place in Zidane’s starting 11 after going on as a substitute on Sunday and capping Madrid’s victory by scoring a 90th-minute goal with a long shot that Ter Stegen failed to stop.

The 21-year-old forward started the second leg with a similar superb strike, bending a left-footed shot from well outside the area over a flatfooted Ter Stegen.

Sergio Ramos and Marcelo hold aloft the trophy as Real Madrid won the Super Cup

Messi needed over 10 minutes to finally touch the ball, and once he did Barcelona showed signs of life with two Messi-led attacks that made Madrid work in defense.

But despite having five midfielders, Barcelona never established control. A bad pass by Mascherano almost led to a goal from Vazquez, who hit the post in the 33rd.

That was just a warning of was about to come when Sergio Busquets lost another ball near Barcelona’s area. Madrid left back Marcelo pounced by sending a low cross into the area, when Benzema twisted around Samuel Umtiti and swept in his goal.

Karim Benzema

It took almost an hour for Messi to finally produced Barcelona’s first serious threat when he forced Keylor Navas to palm his shot onto the bar in the 53rd.

Suarez headed a rebound of Messi’s strike parried by Navas off the upright in the 71st. The striker finished the match favoring his right knee after running into Navas.

Madrid starts its defense of its Spanish league title on Sunday at Deportivo La Coruna, while Barcelona will try to rebound at home against Real Betis.

Anirban Das
Anirban Das's journey to Delhi via Kolkata involves football, music, curiosity (which one day can kill the cat) and food. Following global football opens up an infinite space within him in both the conscious and subconscious self, away from the din and bustle of the madding crowd. Supports Manchester United & Barcelona

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