Kid’s Dream Came True When He Received A Signed Jersey From Lionel Messi – Design You Trust

Kid’s Dream Came True When He Received A Signed Jersey From Lionel Messi

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After this photo of an Afghan boy playing in a ‘Messi’ t-shirt made out of a plastic bag became an internet hit, Lionel Messi decided to arrange something for him.

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He sent him a genuine jersey with his signature on it. Needless to say, 5-year-old Murtaza Ahmadi couldn’t be happier.

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Moreover, it is planned that the boy will meet the Barcelona superstar shortly.

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