Lionel Messi joined the challenge of toilet paper: how many little games did he make and who did he nominate

By suspending the football, social networks have become the entertainment center of this quarantine. In this context, a fun has become fashionable viral challenge that increasingly adds more followers, especially from professional footballers looking for alternatives to kill time during confinement.

The # 10ToquesChallenge consists of making 10 little games with a roll of toilet paper. Everything was born with a proposal of Joan Capdevila to cope with stay at home during the coronavirus crisis. The former player of Deportivo, Villarreal or Espanyol, among others, World Champion with Spain at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, he proposed to his fans to give 10 touches to the ball without touching the floor.

This Thursday Lionel Messi joined, who was challenged by Xavi Hernández, his former teammate in Barcelona and current coach of Qatar's Al-Sadd. The Argentine star managed to make 19 touches until he got bored and kicked the roll. Then, nominated Luis Suárez, Jordi Alba, Arturo Vidal and Sergio Agüero, all his teammates in the Catalan team, with the exception of Kun, who plays for Manchester City, but with whom he shares a great friendship.

Just the toilet paper It is an element that has taken a lot of prominence during the isolation imposed by several governments for the increase in cases of infected by COVID-19. Many were spread images of supermarkets with out of stock toilet paper, since people acquire it in quantities although without logical explanation.

This Thursday, Father's Day is celebrated in Spain and everyone celebrates it in the way they can. Fortunately, the Barcelona captain Lionel Messi, is being held at home with his wife and three children.

To pay tribute to the Argentine, Antonela Roccuzzo posted a photo to her Instagram account where you could see "The flea" with a totally different look to the one he had used to his fans.

In Spain there are already more than 17 thousand infected and more than 800 deaths from the coronavirus and it is the most complicated country in Europe, behind Italy, whose number of infected today exceeded 40 thousand.