It seems that the controversy surrounding the superiority of Lionel Messi and his ability to be the best player in history will continue for a long time, especially after what happened recently by his French club, Paris Saint-Germain.
Messi appeared in the first game of the season wearing a shirt with the word “GOAT” printed on his arm, which is used to describe the greatest player in history.
What does “GOAT” mean?
As we mentioned, the word basically refers to the best players in history, and it was circulated a lot about the likes of Diego Maradona, Pele, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
The word we’re talking about is actually an abbreviation of four English words that are “Greatest of all time” or the greatest of all time.
And because the same word means goat, Messi was photographed in one of the sessions accompanied by a goat to be linked to the name later, and Ronaldo came out with a chin shaped like a goat as well.
With the end of their career approaching, who do you prefer?
- 107Lionel Messi
- 44Cristiano Ronaldo
Does Messi wear the ‘GOAT’ shirt alone?
Clearly, for everyone who watched Paris Saint-Germain’s victory over Nantes in the French Super, Messi was not the only one wearing this shirt.
Perhaps such a thing was circulated during the publication of pictures of the new shirt that showed Messi only from the side to show the word and be linked to it, but the truth is that the same shirt is worn by all the stars of the Parisian team.
This is because the word has nothing to do with the conflict revolving around the preference of any player among all the greats in history.
So what is the word ‘GOAT’ written on the Paris Saint-Germain shirt?
As for “GOAT”, it is one of the new sponsors of Paris Saint-Germain, and he signed with the French club last April.
The new sponsor is specialized in the field of fashion and fashion, and he started his company in 2015 and sells his products in about 170 countries around the world.