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Lionel Messi after 6th Ballon d'Or: Moment to retire is getting closer

Mid-Day Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
Lionel Messi after 6th Ballon d'Or: Moment to retire is getting closer*Paris:* Lionel Messi said he hoped to carry on undimmed by age after claiming a record sixth men's Ballon d'Or award at the age of 32 in Paris on Monday, while USA World Cup superstar Megan Rapinoe took the women's prize.

Rapinoe was not at the Chatelet Theatre in the French capital, unable to make the trip back to the...
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Record sixth Ballon d'Or seemed "unimaginable" for Messi 00:47

Lionel Messi describes winning the Ballon d'Or for a record sixth time as "unimaginable".

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