Lionel Messi was sent-off following 37 minutes of Argentina’s Copa America conflict with Chile as far as it matters for him in a quarrel with Besiktas protector Gary Medel.

Emotions flared all through the main portion of the third spot play-off and Medel fought back after a test from Messi by seeming to point a headbutt before more than once pushing his chest into the five-time Ballon d’Or victor’s body.

The pair kept on charging each other until ref Mario Diaz de Vivar created straight red cards, starting challenges from the two groups.

Those grumblings proceeded after the half-time whistle was blown, with Argentina driving 2-0 civility of objectives from Sergio Aguero and Paulo Dybala.

Messi, who gave the help to Aguero’s opener, was showing up for Argentina in the Copa America, outperforming Javier Mascherano to turn into the most topped Albiceleste player in the challenge’s history.

The 32-year-old was enraged after Argentina’s past game – a 2-0 semi-last annihilation to Brazil – for what he saw to be poor refereeing choices, marking the administering

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