What does “GOAT” mean? And why do they call Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo that way?


Act. on 10/15/2021 at 13:25

The ’10’ has been the protagonist of a report in which he has posed with a goat

The title of the cover image is “GOAT”, an acronym for Greatest Of All Times

The New York magazine ‘Paper Magazine’ has published an extensive report with Leo Messi. On the cover, the former Blaugrana posed next to a goat under the title “GOAT”, whose meaning in English is goat.

For some time now, many people have been using the goat emoticon to refer to Leo Messi, especially on social networks. The relationship that the soccer player has with this animal is none other than the acronym that arises from using the word goat in English as such. “Greatest Of All Time”whose abbreviation is GOAT, translates as the best of all time, which is how the magazine considers him above Pelé, Maradona or Cristiano Ronaldo, who are also cited.

The PSG and Argentina footballer, who will play the World Cup in Qatar, talks about absolutely everything in the pages of the magazine. He also makes it from his relationship with animals, to which he has a special appreciation.

In fact, ‘Paper Magazine’ explains about the shoot that “when Messi arrives at our photo session and sees the goats on the set, he interacts sympathetically with the animals, laughs and has fun with one of the kids. Both pose as authentic professional models for the photo. The soccer player looks at the camera with a confident look, a defiant point. The session goes like a shot.”