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ISIS threatens to behead Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi; shocker before FIFA World Cup 2018

ISIS threatens to behead Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi; shocker before FIFA World Cup 2018: The Football World Cup is regarded as one of the biggest sporting extravaganzas that will be ideal to be defined as ‘the biggest’. The sport, football that, is being played in around nations (211 in total) than the member states recognized by the United Nation (193), catch a plenty of the eyeballs throughout the month of football madness.

ISIS threatens to behead Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi; shocker before FIFA World Cup 2018

The biggest stars of the game football come together in order to prove their worth and lift the coveted World Cup trophy for their respective nations.

Now as we all know the Russia 2018 World Cup is ready to held from 14 June to 15 July, but, a new threat, a rather dangerous one, looms over the quadrennial event surrounding in this football event reportedly.

The terror group ISIS has threatened, reportedly, to behead 2 famous football players in the current era – Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo and Argentina’s Lionel Messi – at the World Cup.

As per a report, published, in one of the leading media portal, The Sun, says, that the terror group is making calls to “lone attackers” to strike ahead of the tournament.

A digitally morphed graphic image has going viral which display that, Ronaldo and Messi pinned down to the ground with their heads held by ISIS militants in the middle of the jam-packed football stadium.

The caption of the image read: “Your blood will fill the ground”.

The recent threat was unearthed by cyber intelligence firm Sixgill that monitors ISIS digital actions. The worrying and disturbing image was released via Telegram by a pro-ISIS group.

The terrorist group, in the last month, made their call to supporters in different nations to pick up arms. A sickening poster was also rotated display a knife slashing the World Cup logo, with a French caption translated as “kill them all”.

In March, ISIS had targeted Messi for the first time in which posters were revealed that showed him kneeling next to a terrorist knocked up behind bars.