What Lionel Messi’s T-Shirt At The Bernabeu Meant

messi Wondering what Leo displayed on his chest after scoring against Barca’s rivals? Read on.When Lionel Messi netted for Barcelona during their historic 6-2 win at the Santiago Bernabeu over Real Madrid, he lifted his shirt to reveal a message to the fans on a t-shirt.

However, the logo was displayed so briefly that it was difficult for the worldwide audience to catch.

But by looking at a photograph of the moment, we see what Messi was trying to tell the world.The t-shirt reads ‘Sindrome X Fragil’, which is the name of a medical condition known in English as Fragile X Syndrome.

Fragile X Syndrome is  a genetic problem that leads to emotional, mental, and sometimes physical problems in its sufferers, with some of its effects being compared with those of autism.

Messi treats the syndrome as a personal cause, having during last month spent a day in Barcelona with children who suffer from the affliction.

As the player himself explained, he suffered from hormonal problems as a child, and had he not received help he could never have been in a position to score a vital goal for one of the world’s top clubs.

Players often talk about giving something back, and with tonight’s show of publicity it looks like Messi is serious about doing just that.

Goal

~ by footballdirecta on May 3, 2009.

4 Responses to “What Lionel Messi’s T-Shirt At The Bernabeu Meant”

  1. Ah, I see. That’s very nice of him. 🙂
    Thanks a lot for the post.

  2. Thanks for the information! Very interesting!

  3. Its nice to see stars who are affected by such issues

  4. shum foto t forta brravo

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