Chile star Arturo Vidal said FIFA would not raise any suspension for any player that the World Government has done for Lionel Messi this week. Messi was suspended for four games by the Disciplinary Committee of FIFA March after television pictures showed verbal an official party during the Argentine qualifying match against Chile. He then lost 2-0 against Bolivia defeat his country, but the FIFA’s complaint on Friday and Messi raised the sanctions, said that “there was not enough data to establish the appropriate standard.” Chile also had a number of suspensions in the ongoing qualification for the World Cup. Gary Medel and Jorge Valdivia had suspended four matches similar to those of Messi incidents, while Eduardo Vargas was suspended for two games. And Vidal, who played in the defeat against Argentina in March, did not propose that Messi received a special treatment in his appeal, saying that “rules” are different for the star Barcelona. “This problem is complicated,” said Vidal-Radio Cooperativa in Chile. “I wish all the same rules are for everyone. “It’s good for Argentina, Messi and football, as it is always nice to see Messi playing for his national team because he always gives it all. “For him so well, but I want all the same rules are everywhere. ” Chile fourth place CONMEBOL qualifying table, place automatic finish to reach the 2018 World Cup, while Argentina is a turning point in the position of the intercontinental playoff.Vidal fights for Bayern Munich back gym for two German champions Locked games, but, he said this summer for Chile, the Confederations Cup wants to play.