Argentine star Lionel Messi has agreed to film a documentary series about his experience in the United States of America with the company that sponsors his Inter Miami club, with exclusive behind-the-scenes footage on and off the pitch.
Sponsored digital television network Apple has announced that the documentary will consist of 6 episodes, with the first episode starting with his first match against Cruz Azul, Mexico, in which Messi scored his first goal for Inter Miami.
The report comes two months after revealing Apple’s production of a documentary about the 7 Ballon d’Or winners at the 2022 World Cup and his career with the national team.
POV: Leo Messi experience after the game 🎥 pic.twitter.com/IMVB1oy7Si
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It remains to be seen whether the documentary will include the fight that took place in a Japanese restaurant where Messi and his wife Antonella celebrated reaching the semi-finals of the League Cup with Al Beckham and his colleagues Busquets and Alba.
The report published a photograph of a magpie man with a bloodied face after being beaten by Beckham family security after he was seen taking pictures of Messi and the rest of those present with his phone.
The man claimed that he was filming his daughter and did not intend to photograph celebrities, while a video was circulated in which wife Victoria Beckham and her daughter Harper leave the restaurant in a panic under heavy guard.