- ISIS, have threatened to behead Barcelona star Lionel Messi and Real Madrid ace Cristiano Ronaldo
- The radical Islamic group made this by releasing some chilling pictures which insinuates certain gruesome acts
- In some of the caption in the photos the group warned "the ground will be filled with your blood"
Fanatics of radical terrorist group, ISIS, have threatened to behead Barcelona star Lionel Messi and Real Madrid ace Cristiano Ronaldo in sickening new posters warning of attacks at the World Cup.
The two superstars who had share the last ten ballon between them were shown in a mocked-up image pinned down on the pitch in a packed stadium with knife-wielding jihadists hacking at their necks.
Above the widely condemned picture, released on Telegram by a pro-ISIS group, came with a chilling caption which warns 'the ground will be filled with your blood'.
Another poster shows a militant carrying what appears to be an explosive device in to a stadium. It comes with the message: 'Fifa World Cup Russia 2018 - victory will be ours'.
It is the latest in a series of online threats made against this summer's showpiece football tournament and Barcelona star Messi has been the target of similar warnings over the last year.
Messi is depicted inside Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium – one of the World Cup venues - with a masked jihadi to his left and the threat 'so strike them upon the necks and strike from them every fingertips' emblazoned above them
The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be played across 11 cities in Russia from June 14 to July 15, when the final will be played at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.
Tens of thousands of England fans are expected to base themselves in St Petersburg for the month-long finals.
St Petersburg, Russia's second largest city, was the scene of an horrific ISIS attack when a briefcase bomb detonated on the underground in April last year, killing 14 people.
The blast was in retaliation to Russia's airstrikes in Syria that have helped bring the regime to its knees.
Thousands of Russians from mainly central Asia have travelled to the Middle East to fight for ISIS.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Argentina star Lionel Messi has been threatened ahead of this summer's World Cup by Islamic terrorist sect ISIS as they posted a picture of him being held captive by a jihadi.
The image has been released by Wafa Media Foundation known as the Islamic State mouthpiece and is the latest in a series of sick messages aimed at football fans.
In the released image, Messi is seen kneeling down in an orange jumpsuit, like those worn by prisoners at Guantanamo Bay and in ISIS execution videos.
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