ARGENTINA and Brazil fans in India were spotted in a shocking brawl at a CEMETERY.
Several supporters in Lionel Messi shirts thrashed a group in Brazil shirts in a street fight.
The amazing footage, filmed next to gravestones, was shot ahead of Argentina’s World Cup opening game and was shared on social media.
Messi’s men meet Saudi Arabia in their opener in Qatar, with the Barcelona legend possibly playing in his last World Cup.
The PSG superstar denied suffering an injury and opened up about the ‘special moment’ that awaits.
Messi, 35, said: “I feel good. I arrive here at a good moment, personally and physically.
“I heard [talk] that I had trained separately because I had a stroke, but there’s nothing strange about it, it’s just a precaution.
“No problem. It’s a different moment in the season [to stage a World Cup], with fewer games. I didn’t particularly prepare.
“I’m in good shape, have a string of uninterrupted games and felt comfortable up until I got here.”
He added: “This is a special moment, certainly my last World Cup, my last chance to get what we want so much.
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“I don’t know if this is the happiest moment, but I feel very good and more mature.
“I try to live everything to the maximum, to live this with intensity and above all to enjoy every moment.
“Today I enjoy all this much more than before; I didn’t think about it before, I just played.
“There are games every three days and I haven’t had time to enjoy myself just to think about the next game, to prepare, to keep winning.
“Sometimes a lot of important things go unnoticed, now I’m more aware of it.
“Age makes you see things differently, to give greater meaning to those little details, things that I might not have been aware of before. That’s what I’m concentrating more on now.”
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/6735548/argentina-brazil-fans-india-messi/ Watch the shocking moment Argentine and Brazilian fans in India fight a mass brawl in the cemetery ahead of Messi’s opening game