Carvalho said he did not understand at the time what Messi was saying.
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Argentina forward Lionel Messi has been banned from their next four competitive internationals, which included Tuesday's World Cup qualifier in Bolivia, for swearing at a match official, FIFA said Tuesday.The decision was announced less than six hours before kickoff of the match in La Paz and means the five-time world player of the year will play in only one of Argentina's remaining five World Cup qualifiers.Messi has not enjoyed the same success with Argentina as he has with Barcelona and announced his international retirement last year before backtracking on his decision.Messi was frustrated when Argentina lost 1-0 after extra-time to Germany in the 2014 World Cup final, then on penalties to Chile in the 2015 Copa America final and again on spot kicks to Chile in last year's Copa Centenario final.
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