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Sergio Aguero: Leo Messi was feeling bad and wasn’t in the mood to talk!

Barcelona's Brazilian striker Neymar (L) and Barcelona's Argentinian striker Lionel Messi (R) react as Manchester City's English defender John Stones, Manchester City's Serbian defender Aleksandar Kolarov and Manchester CIty's Argentinian goalkeeper Willy Caballero celebrate following the UEFA Champions League group C football match between Manchester City and Barcelona at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, north west England on November 1, 2016. / AFP / OLI SCARFF        (Photo credit should read OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images)

Reports from Spain last night suggested that Lionel Messi was involved in a spat with a Manchester City player before being calmed down by Sergio Aguero.

Last night, multiple Spanish outlets reported that Lionel Messi was involved in an altercation with a City player (or players), before being calmed down my fellow countryman Sergio Aguero.

However, Sergio Aguero has said that the incident wasn’t anything serious and that Lionel Messi wasn’t a happy man.

Aguero said: “Whenever you lose you’re not very happy. I saw him there, he was feeling bad. I know him well enough to know when he’s bad, when he’s good. But when you lose, nobody’s good!

“I thought Messi said something to me but he didn’t, and then we talked about other stuff. It was nothing serious. I heard something but I don’t know what happened.

“When someone loses you have to respect them. Leo wasn’t in the mood to talk and I respect that.”

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