Barcelona’s Lionel Messi has been included in the latest edition of the Spanish dictionary in the word “Inmessionante.”
On the pitch the reigning Ballon d’Or champion has been breaking records including Gerd Müller’s most goals in a calendar year in 2012 and has already netted 45 times this season.
But, off the pitch the 25-year-old is also having a huge impact after his name has ben added into the Spanish dictionary.
“Inmessionante” is an adjective that is explained with two points
- Perfect way to play football, an unlimited capacity for self improvement.
- Describes the best player of all time.
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