‘Maxi’ plays a heartfelt farewell match ‘Hendo – Messi’

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Maxi Rodriguez, a former Liverpool winger at the age of 40, has officially retired from the stadium. After playing the last game for Newell’s Old Boys club in his hometown. Matches Banfield 0- on Monday

on the ring, Marcelo Bielsa, Newell’s home stadium. Maxi was substituted in the 58th minute amid applause from the supporters. cry out the names of their legends

Discussed trying to hold back tears, embrace with his teammates, slowly walking out of the field. Along with the fireworks for the former Argentine national team star,

Maxi, who traveled to Liverpool between 2010 and 2012, received a message of praise from his former team-mates and Current swan team player Jordan Henderson

“Hello Maxi, it’s Jordan. I heard that You decided to retire from football. I just wanted to send a short message to congratulate you on your amazing career. It’s been a pleasure working and playing together in the Liverpool team. Take care of your friends, remember you’ll never walk alone,” Hendo posted,

while Messi, who joins the Argentine national team and former Newells lad. Sent a congratulatory message to Maxi as well.

“It’s an honor to be on the same pitch,” Messi said of

Maxi starting his career with Newells. Growing up from the club’s youth development system His first professional contract was signed in 1999, before being drawn to Espanyol in 2002,

his pace of development improved until in 2005 he was picked up by Atletico Madrid. and moved to Liverpool in 2010

Then in 2012 he moved back to play for Newells again. Played here for 5 years before moving to Penarol. And returned to his boyhood club for a third round in 2019.

Maxi made 56 caps for Argentina between 203 and 2014, scoring 15 goals.