Reckoned as the great of the game, Lionel Messi finally lifted the football glory which was long-awaited in his prestigious line of trophies. Messi etched history as he ended the country’s 36-year-long wait to lift the FIFA World Cup title.
Not only did he break records during the one-month long FIFA World Cup but many of his feats are now being immortalised . While some have immortalised his goals into tattoos, the University of Qatar, which was the home of the Argentina team for the tournament has all other different plans.
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The Qatar University is all set to put Lionel Messi’s room into a small museum. R eports suggest that the Argentinian football great’s room has been picked as the site for the museum. Qatar-based journalist Achraf Ben Ayad was the first to break this news on Twitter.
The Qatar University also took to Twitter to share the images from the La Albiceleste’s players' room. It is to be noted that the Argentina squad opted to stay at the University instead of a five-star hotel as per their tradition of having beef barbeques.
Talking about Lionel Messi's records, t he seven-time Ballon d’Or winner became the Argentinian player with the most goals in the history of the showpiece event. After his magical performance in the final against France, Messi now holds the record of being the first player to score in the group stage, Round of 16, quarterfinals, semifinals and finals. He also became the oldest and youngest to score and assist a goal in FIFA WC history.