Soccer superstar Lionel Messi has been suspended for four international games after allegedly hurling abuse at a referee during Argentina's game against Chile earlier this month (Mar17).
FIFA's disciplinary committee investigated Messi's actions and found him guilty of "directing insulting words" at the official on Tuesday (28Mar17).
Messi maintains he became frustrated by calls that weren't going his way during the game last week (ends24Mar17).
As a result, the living soccer legend will miss Argentina's game against Bolivia on Tuesday (28Mar17).
Messi has also been heavily fined, according to TMZ.
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