Saudi Chairman of the General Entertainment Authority Turki Al-Sheik met with football legend Lionel Messi uninvolved of the global benevolent match among Brazil and Argentina which will be hung on Friday at King Saud University Stadium.
“I am glad to be back here,” Al-Sheik stated, respecting the Barca forward in Riyadh.
Argentina and Brazil lock horns for the 111th time in Saudi Arabia on Friday night to restore one of football’s most famous competitions.
Brazil have won a record five World Cups to Argentina’s two and hold a bit of leeway in the no holds barred history of the two glad footballing countries, having won 46 matches to the Albiceleste’s 39.
The latest of those brought about a 2-0 win for Brazil’s Selecao at this current summer’s Copa America, which they proceeded to win.
With such huge numbers of the world’s most noteworthy ever players having hailed from Argentina and Brazil, Sportsmail has assembled an unequaled joined XI in front of Friday’s conflict.