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  • Argentinian Model Claims Having Sex With Lionel Messi Was Like 'Doing It With a Dead Body'


    Barcelona star Lionel Messi has been publicly shamed by an Argentinian model that alleges to have spent a night with the 29-year-old.


    Xoana González is the woman in question, and she claims that having sex with the five-time Ballon d'Or winner was like 'having sex with a dead body'.

    It's a pretty scathing attack indeed, on a player who many believe to be the greatest of all time.


    Speaking on a Peruvian TV show called 'the value of truth', as quoted by ​BolaVIP, González said:


    "It was many years ago. In truth he was very young.  But he knew what he was doing, was not minor, that was the important thing. 

    "His security told me 'got someone you want to know'. I was curious to see who it was, and froze when I saw it was my idol Messi I froze. I said that he is the wimp, though because he sent his security to get me. There I noticed that he is very shy. We talked about music and cannot remember if he told me he had a girlfriend or not. After a while we went to his apartment in Puerto Madero.

    "When one plays across the whole pitch, you expect someone to return the favour. I wanted him to show me more than that. At one point I felt like I was with a dead body." 


    The model's comments compound a tough year for Lionel Messi, as he was sentenced to prison for tax fraud offences last month before missing a penalty in the Copa America final defeat to Chile.




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  • Ethiopian Feyisa Lilesa wins Tokyo Marathon 2016


    Tokyo (AFP) - Ethiopia's Feyisa Lilesa stormed to victory in the Tokyo Marathon on Sunday after a devastating late burst of pace left Kenyan rival Dickson Chumba for dead.

    Lilesa, a former world bronze medallist, kicked for home with around two kilometres (1.25 miles) to go and clocked 2 hr 6 min 56 sec under sunny skies to claim his first major marathon title.

    Two years ago Chumba won the Tokyo race, one of the six majors on the marathon circuit, but he had no answer to Lilesa's late surge and eventually took third after being caught by fellow Kenyan Kiprop Kipyego with the finish line in sight.

    Kenyan Helah Kiprop won the women's race in a time of 2:21:27 ahead of Ethiopia's Birhane Dibaba, the defending Tokyo champion.

    More than 36,000 took part in the 10th edition of the race which winds through the streets of Tokyo, including thousands of fun runners in fancy dress.

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  • Gianni Infantino crowned new FIFA president


    Gianni Infantino has succeeded fellow Swiss Sepp Blatter as president of world football's governing body Fifa.

    The Uefa secretary general polled 115 votes, 27 more than closest rival Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al-Khalifa.

    Prince Ali bin al-Hussein (four votes) and Jerome Champagne (0) were third and fourth respectively.

    Blatter, who had led Fifa since 1998, stood down last year and was latersuspended from football for six years for breaching ethics guidelines.

    Infantino is a 45-year-old lawyer from Brig in the Valais region of Switzerland, less than six miles from Blatter's home town of Visp.

    He entered the presidential race when it became clear that Michel Platini, boss of European football's governing body Uefa, could not stand.

    "I will work tirelessly to bring football back to Fifa and Fifa back to football," he said. "This is what we want to do."

    He added: "I feel a lot of emotion and have not realised yet what has happened today. It is still very fresh and it's been a long and exciting journey and I probably need some time to chill out and see what has happened."

    The election was due to be fought between five candidates, but South African Tokyo Sexwale withdrew before voting began in Zurich.

    The first round of voting failed to determine an outright winner, though Infantino led with 88, three more than pre-vote favourite Sheikh Salman.

    A simple majority of more than 50% - 104 of 207 available votes - was sufficient for victory in round two.

    Not since 1974, when Joao Havelange of Brazil beat 13-year incumbent Stanley Rous of England, has a second round been needed.

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