The five-time Ballon d'Or victor was speaking to Argentine sports channel TyC Sports, where he confirmed his admiration for the nation that beat him in the 2014 World Cup final in Rio de Janeiro as he looks for revenge in Russian Federation.
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Sixgill showed the deplorable picture, which was released yesterday, by a pro-ISIS group on an app called Telegram. This poster is captioned: "FIFA World Cup Russia 2018".
Their poster shows Ronaldo and Messi being beheaded from behind by masked jihadi soldiers in front of a full football stadium with the caption "Your blood will fill the ground". "Victory will be ours".
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He was pictured in Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium, which will host the World Cup final this year, and the writing above him read: "So strike them upon the necks and strike them from every fingertip". This time the writing said: "I swear that the Mujahideen's fire will burn you.just you wait".
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.
Thousands of England fans are thought to be basing themselves in the city for the duration of the tournament.
St Petersburg, Russia's second largest city, was the scene of an horrific ISIS attack when a briefcase bomb detonated on the underground in April past year, killing 14 people.