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Ticket refunds following Messi’s no-show in Hong Kong have begun, according to the organizers

<p>Six weeks after the contentious match, the organizers of a football friendly in Hong Kong that caused a great deal of controversy because of Lionel Messi’s absence have begun to reimburse tickets.</p>
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<p>consumers who purchased their tickets via official channels will be eligible for a “50 percent refund,” according to a statement from Tatler Asia. Some of these consumers spent up to 4,880 Hong Kong dollars (625 US dollars) to attend the event.</p>
<p>It said, “Refunds will be processed within 30 days of the deadline of April 12, 2024.”</p>
<p>Customers who bought tickets directly from Tatler Asia Limited, including those from partners and event sponsors, would get information on ticket refunds from a dedicated account manager, according to the organizers, as reported by Xinhua.</p>
<p>On February 4, Messi’s absence from the game caused resentment among Hong Kong supporters as his team, Inter Miami, beat a Hong Kong League XI 4-1.</p>
<p>Three days later, in Tokyo, the Argentinean played for thirty minutes in another friendly against Vissel Kobe, leaving many Hong Kong supporters unsatisfied. The Argentinean subsequently revealed that his absence was caused by a groin ailment.</p>

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