The images haven't gone down well at all with Chelsea fans, who want to see more commitment from the player and can not understand what he is doing dancing when he's supposed to be recovering from a delicate back injury.
Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata has admitted that it was advice given to him by Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho that made him into the top class player he is today.
'Messi can't be stopped, ' the Spain striker told Movistar+. "It's a team where I'm very happy, where I started well until I had some physical problems", he said.
Despite all of his greatness, Lionel Messi has never scored against Chelsea and this will be something he will be looking to put right when the two sides meet next Tuesday at Stamford Bridge in the last 16 in the Champions League.
'I played lots in my home, with my team, with my friends, ' he added.
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But the Spain global, who left for Chelsea in a £60m deal in the summer, admitted he need to leave for first-team football.
Some lashed him on the premise that he cost the club a whopping £70 million to sign from Real Madrid during the last summer.
Although Messi has some bad memories of trips to Chelsea, having missed a penalty against them in the 2012 semi-final that saw the Premier League side advance to the final with a 3-2 aggregate win. "I wasn't okay to play".
"But first, we have to play a good game here and get a good result, which is not easy against Barcelona".
"But I didn't play knockout games in the Champions League, neither against Barcelona, Atletico Madrd, Sevilla or Valencia".