The song that is the biggest talking point during the world cup is Messi’s song, which was originally meant to be used by Spain’s team during their last World Cup victory over Italy in 2009.
But after that match, Messi was unable to play it, and Spain lost to Italy.
Spain’s song was eventually used by the team in their final match of the World Cup, when the hosts were knocked out of the tournament.
It was used again during the group stage, where Messi and Spain won 3-1 in the group stages, and the song was used by both teams in the semi-final against Germany.
Messi’s song is now being used by his national team, and it is being used in an effort to get the song to be played again in a friendly against Australia.
But it was announced last night that Messi’s singing rights will be put on the line in order to ensure that the song is played during a World Cup game.
This means that the Spanish side will have to use their own version of the song.
The song has been banned from Spain’s stadiums during the World Cups, but the country is not a member of the FIFA anti-discrimination committee, so it can be used in a game.
The official Twitter account of Spain’s national football team, Atlético Madrid, said the team will use its own version.
“We will use a different song in a different stadium, but it will be sung by us,” the team tweeted.
A statement from the Spanish Football Federation said it was “aware that the FIFA Anti-Discrimination Committee has recently ruled against the use of the Barcelona player’s song by the national team”.
“The decision is not in favour of the player’s rights, and we will respect that,” the statement said.