Most of Europe is gradually returning to normal due to a decrease in the incidence rate, but Barcelona’s superstar laments the deaths caused by the virus.

Life won’t be the same

Lionel Messi feels that neither football nor life, in general, will be the same as before the coronavirus. Most of Europe is gradually returning to normal due to a decrease in the incidence rate. But Barcelona’s superstar laments the deaths caused by the virus. “Almost all of us were left with doubts about what the world would be like after everything happened,” he said in an interview. “In addition to isolation and the situation that took us by surprise, it was hard for many people, because this situation somehow influenced them, for example, those who lost relatives and friends and could not even say goodbye to them.

“I think that there were many negatives in this crisis, but there could be nothing terrible than losing the someone you love the most, which creates huge disappointment for me and seems to me the most undeserved of all,” he added. LaLiga is due to return on June 12, but Messi feels that the sport will not be the same as before. “Football will never be the same,” he said. “But not just football. I think that our life, generally, will never be the same.”