Carlos Tevez Unveils Why He Has Not Contacted Lionel Messi

Carlos Tevez has unveiled he didn’t celebrate the victory of the Argentina World Cup and hasn’t contacted Lionel Messi since he achieved success.

The former Manchester City and Manchester United striker only announced his retirement from playing in June previous year before going to management immediately- appointed as first-team coach Rosario Central-Argentine giants, who he has left now. Tevez plated Boca Juniors last, where he struck 22 times in 66 league games. However, he left this club in 2021.

It brought an end to the incredible playing career that spanned over 20 years and included 300 goals for the club, encompassing spells in Brazil, Argentina, Italy, England, and China. Also, Tevez netted 13 goals for Argentina in 76 international caps.
Nevertheless, Tevez has come up to say that he had not been emotionally involved in the World Cup triumph of Argentina and hinted at he wanted France to defeat his nation in the showpiece. Tevez added that he hadn’t reached out to Lionel Messi to congratulate him, irrespective of his contact details.
He didn’t follow the Qatar World Cup very closely but he saw France more, as it was a team that he liked who had played in 2015 for Argentina. Tevez had also said that he didn’t write to Messi as his phone might have blown up. It makes him happy that his kids celebrated his goals.
He added about being out of the football world for the first time and said that he didn’t miss the Boca Juniors world or that of football, since it had already exhausted him. In a playing career of two decades, Tevez won league titles in different countries. He was a champion in Brazil and Argentina before he moved to England where he won Premier League titles with Manchester City and Manchester United.