Messi, 35, was reunited on the pitch with his wife and three sons, Thiago, 10, Matteo, 7, and Ciro, 4, after the Argentine superstar finally ended his personal quest to secure the trophy that had eluded him for so long, following the most dramatic final in the competition’s history,in FIFA 2022 and appeared to be the cat who got the cream.
Cuddling close to Roccuzzo, 34, the two grinned as they clutched onto the golden trophy as celebrations erupted behind them, as well as from the spectators and from renowned figures watching from afar.
Roccuzzo expressed her admiration for the sportsman in a sequence of heartwarming photographs that included their boys kissing the trophy and smiling with their parents on the field.
‘WORLD CHAMPIONS,’ she wrote, translated into English.
‘I’m not sure where to begin… that greater pride we feel for you @leomessi.
‘Thank you for teaching us never to give up; we must fight till the finish.’
‘FINALLY, YOU ARE THE WORLD CHAMPION, we know what you went through for so many years, you wanted to achieve this!!!’
‘LET’S GO ARGENTINA.’
She uploaded another snap of Messi kissing the trophy, praising him ‘my champion’.
Earlier, Roccuzzo was seen relaxing into her seat before of the final match in Qatar, leading the WAGs in their support of their partners on the pitch.
Throughout the battle, she’s been a supporting spouse, cheering on her boyfriend with the aid of their three children.
The couple apparently met as children and, despite the star’s training overseas to pursue his sports career, subsequently reconnected to marry in 2017.
They have three boys, the youngest of whom was born one year after they married.
On the field, Messi scored twice in the thrilling final against France on Sunday, which was tied at 2-2 after 90 minutes and 3-3 after extra time.
Argentina eventually won on penalties, and Messi finally won the World Cup at the age of 35, claiming the Golden Ball for player of the tournament while scoring seven goals and providing three assists.
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