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Argentina captain Lionel Messi led a national team media boycott after the team's home victory over Colombia in San Juan on Tuesday


Barcelona genius Messi reported the squeeze prohibit in dissent at affirmations from radio writer Gabriel Aiello that striker Ezequiel Lavezzi had smoked pot joint at Argentina's preparation base. 

Joined by whatever is left of the squad taking after the World Glass qualifying win, Messi said the players were troubled at the absence of regard indicated towards them. 

"We're here to tell you that we will never again be speaking with the press," the 29-year-old said. 

"The allegations that were made towards Lavezzi were gigantic. We lament that it must be like this yet we have no other decision. We realize that large portions of you don't play that diversion. 



"We were charged a considerable measure. No regard was being appeared and we never said anything. In any case, this allegation was against Lavezzi. 

"In the event that we don't stop it today, we'll never stop it. We realize that you will keep on criticizing us, that is fine. Nonetheless, some got into our own lives. 

"We needed to state this before everybody and not discharge an announcement. We would not like to escape anybody. 

"These previous two weeks were loaded with individual hostility, not football feedback. You can censure us for winning or losing, yet when you get individual we will take a stand." 

Hebei China Fortune striker Lavezzi has denied the case made against him and pledged to make lawful move against the columnist for putting forth "false expressions against me and the genuine harm that have created to my family and in my work." 

He issued a tweet, in Spanish, that read: "I thus illuminate you that I will start legitimate procedures against Gabriel Anello for his false articulations against me for the genuine harms that have brought on my family and in my work." 

The 31-year-old had influence in last Thursday's 3-0 annihilation to Brazil and was not named on the substitutes' seat for the amusement against Colombia. 

Notwithstanding the charges made against Lavezzi, 'La Albiceleste' came in for substantial feedback for their execution against Brazil, despite the fact that their triumph over Colombia moved them up to fifth place and once again into qualifying dispute. 

The main four in the South America aggregate qualify naturally for the finals, while fifth place secures an intercontinental playoff spot. 

"I told the players I'm upbeat for them following a week of feedback and on the grounds that it wasn't a simple match," said head mentor Edgardo Bauza after the Colombia amusement.

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