Happy Ending For The Poor Boy Who Made Messi Jerseys Out Of Plastic Bags
A few minutes ago, the official fan page of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in Afghanistan reported that Murtaza Ahmadi had just received a “real” Argentina jersey from Messi.
On the shirt, the Barcelona striker signed an autograph for Murtaza Ahmadi with the words: “I love you.” Needless to say, Murtaza Ahmadi was very happy.
“I love Messi and Messi wrote on his shirt that he loves me,” the 5-year-old boy said, simulating a celebration of his idol.
It is known that Messi also prepared some more jerseys to give to his parents and brother. Previously,
in mid-January, netizens circulated a photo of a boy wearing a shirt with Messi’s number 10 printed on it made from a plastic bag.