Lionel Messi sent a special gift to Pope Francis..


Through the French Prime Minister, Jean Castex, the Rosario star sent the Supreme Pontiff an autographed PSG shirt. The images.

Perhaps they are considered the most influential Argentines of the moment. Two outstanding personalities that capture the world's attention with every gesture, every movement, and every word. Once again, Lionel Messi and Pope Francis were reunited. And it was through a present that the footballer sent to the Supreme Pontiff.

The Paris Saint-German star sent a signed shirt to the religious leader through the French Prime Minister, Jean Castex, in which he expresses "a lot of affection." "For Francisco, with a lot of affection," wrote La Pulga on the back of T-shirt number 30 that he sent to the Pope and that the European official gave him this Monday.

Jean Castex met Francis today for 35 minutes in the Pontiff's Private Library on the second floor of the Apostolic Palace of the Vatican. Among the gifts that the Prime Minister brought to the Pope was also an 1836 edition of "Notre Dame de Paris" by Victor Hugo.

It should be remembered that Lionel Messi had already sent Francisco several shirts that he used during his time at Barcelona in Spain, the club from which he left this year for the Parisian entity.

Meanwhile, Paris Saint Germain continues as the leader of Ligue 1, since in their last match they prevailed in the Parc des Princes by 2 to 1 against Angers in A duel that the world's best player saw from a box was absent after participating in the South American qualifier with the Argentine team.

Kylian Mbappé scored the team's goals led by Mauricio Pochettino from a penalty and the Portuguese Danilo. At the same time, Angelo Fulgini converted for a visit. However, the coach could not count on the Argentines Lionel Messi, Leandro Paredes, and Ángel Di María, and the Brazilian Neymar, who was involved in their national representatives' road meetings the World Cup in Qatar.

For his part, Francisco had expressed himself in the last hours through his official Twitter account, where he urged the media to end the "logic of post-truth" and misinformation, at the same time that he asked Governments and politicians to work for the "common good" and take care to listen only to the economic elites.

The Supreme Pontiff made these and other requests" in the name of God" in a message thread to give a "human face" to the socio-economic models in the face ofAfter the epidemic, after the televised participation in the IV World Meeting of Popular Movements.

"I urge the media to put an end to this unhealthy spirit with post-truth logic, slander, slander, slander and scandal and filth, and that they want to contribute to the human brotherhood," he wrote. And then he added: "Be careful to listen only to the economic elites and be servants of the peoples who cry out for land, shelter, work, and a good life in harmony with all humanity and with creation ."