In this March 23, 2017 Argentina's Lionel Messi leaves the pitch at the end of a World Cup qualifying match against Chile in Buenos Aires, Argentina. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano)
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Barcelona boss Luis Enrique claimed Lionel Messi's behavior toward referees is "impeccable" despite the Argentine racking up suspensions for club and country.Messi is banned for the first time in five seasons for Sunday's La Liga trip to Granada just days after being slapped with a four-game suspension for insulting an assistant referee during Argentina's World Cup qualifier against Chile.With that in mind, Enrique also left out Gerard Pique from his 18-man squad.Enrique is hoping Messi and Pique will be refreshed for tougher tests to come against Juventus in the Champions League and potentially decisive clash with Real Madrid on April 23 .
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