Aguero says he feels 'like new' ahead of World Cup

Jose Verdugo
May 18, 2018

The sport, football that, is being played in around nations (211 in total) than the member states recognized by the United Nation (193), catch a plenty of the eyeballs throughout the month of football madness.

The five-time FIFA World Player of the Year victor could not lead Argentina to World Cup glory in the final of the 2014 edition in Brazil as they lost 1-0 to the Germans after extra-time.

The terror group ISIS has threatened, reportedly, to behead 2 famous football players in the current era - Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo and Argentina's Lionel Messi - at the World Cup.

The World Cup will take place between June 14th and July 15th.

The terrorist group has also released photo-shopped images of Messi and Ronaldo, showing the football stars being held captive by the masked terrorists holding knives to behead them.

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When translated into English, the poster reads, "Your blood will fill the ground".

The threat was brought to fore by cyber intelligence firm Sixgill, which has been monitoring online activities of the group for quite some time.

The terrorist group, earlier this month, made their call to supporters in different countries to pick up arms.

In March, ISIS had targeted Messi for the first time wherein posters were revealed that showed him kneeling next to a terrorist banged up behind bars. By releasing this poster, the ISIS has targeted football's biggest stars, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, just weeks ahead of the FIFA 2018 Football World Cup which will be held in Russian Federation beginning from June 14.

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