People of the country might get upset if they hear about Argentina which did not even celebrate winning the World Cup after three centuries. But surprisingly, after 36 years, Argentina’s World Cup title drought was broken, but Carlos Tevez did not celebrate the occasion. The countries former forward did not even feel the need to congratulate captain Messi.
Is that all? Carlos Tevez wanted to beat his country Argentina in the final and hold the World Cup trophy for Kylian Mbappe-Ugo Lloris’s France! Messi’s ex-teammate Tevez spoke explosively in an interview with Buenos Aires-based radio station “Radio Mitar”.
Carlos Tevez, who retired from playing last year and joined coaching, said, “I did not watch the Qatar World Cup with attention. However, I did not miss the matches in France. They like the game very much.
The 38-year-old Tevez replied to the question of why he did not congratulate Messi even though he had his phone number, “Even if I called him, I might not have received him.” It was very busy, the phone was flooded with congratulatory messages. But my children celebrated Argentina’s World Cup win and Messi’s every goal.’
Carlos Tevez, who scored 13 goals in 78 matches for Argentina, did not get a chance in the national team after 2015. Years after Messi’s debut for the Albiceleste, Tevez was the team’s biggest star. Both have played more than 50 matches together for the national team. However, Tevez gradually moved away from the spotlight. All the light fell on Messi. This creates a distance between the two. Although he did not admit it, Tevez kept his anger in his heart.
Then never congratulate Messi! Tevez replied, ‘Sure. I will meet him soon. I will hug him and congratulate him.
Carlos Tevez, who won 13 titles with Manchester United, Manchester City and Juventus, ended his career at boyhood club Boca Juniors. After a few days, he started coaching as the coach of Rosario Central, the club in Rosario, the hometown of Messi. However, he resigned after five months.
Carlos Tevez said Rosario received an offer to coach Independiente, another Argentine club, after leaving Central. But did not show interest. For now, he wants to spend time with his family, ‘The coaching experience was great. I got people’s love. But now I am enjoying life. I have a farm. Having a great time there with the family.’