In a thrilling match against Carlos Alcaraz of Spain, Novak Djokovic recently won the Cincinnati Open. He made time to hang out with Lionel Messi, who has been in outstanding form for Inter Miami and led his team to a League Cup victory. It was his 44th career triumph. Messi has been in great form for Inter Miami.
The two legendary players spent the night with the co-owner of the Inter-Miami team, Jorge Mas. On his official X (formerly known as Twitter) account, Mas posted a picture of the encounter. He captioned the post with the remark “What a night.”
What a night …. 🐐🐐 pic.twitter.com/HnGsIm0HAR
— Jorge Mas (@Jorge__Mas) August 25, 2023
Although the location of the party was not disclosed in the picture or mentioned by any of them, it sure looked like they had a fun night. The picture went viral on the internet and it put everyone in a frenzy. Numerous people flooded the comments area of the post to share their thoughts on the thrilling sporting crossover.
Fans took to X to post their emotions and excitement at the unexpected crossover of GOATs. One user commented how Mas was surrounded by ‘wisdom’ hinting at the two great sportsmen he was with.
Wow, you are surrounded by wisdom. Two humble role models!
— Hernan Chousa (@ChousaHernan) August 25, 2023
..when it rains it pours! Two GOATS in one! 🙏🏼❤️👌💯👏🎉
— Jing Legaspi (@JingLegaspi2) August 25, 2023
After Messi joined the club, the fortunes of the club took a 180 as he led the team to victory in the US Open Cup. This was the 44th title in the Argentinian’s career. What may have been a gathering to celebrate the team’s victory was a star-studded affair as legendary and iconic players met each other for an incredible night together.
Novak Djokovic has always admired the Argentinian captain
Novak Djokovic attended the Parc des Princes to witness Paris Saint-Germain play Clermont in their final Ligue 1 game of the year. The 23-time Grand Slam winner and his children got to meet Lionel Messi and Neymar. He said it was an ‘Honor’ to meet the iconic soccer star alongside his kids.
Djokovic took time to appreciate the soccer players and called Lionel Messi a great champion. He added that it was certainly an honor to meet Messi, who left an “extraordinary mark” in the history of soccer. Djokovic was in Paris for the French Open at that time when he took a detour from his hectic schedule and went to attend a soccer match with his children.
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Djokovic was also present at the iconic World Cup final, where Argentina, led by Messi, won the cup. Nole revealed he felt fortunate to be present at such a historic event, as it was Messi’s first World Cup win.
The Serb confessed that he looks up to Messi and admires his down-to-earth personality. Novak confessed that he wants to inspire people the same way Messi does.