The room the Argentine player stayed in during his stay at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar will be turned into a mini museum.
Lionel Messi continues to shock and amaze fans around the world, and even when he’s not kicking a soccer ball, the kinds of tributes he receives are breathtaking. The latest tribute to this all-time great comes from Qatar University, home of the Argentine national team.
The university informed everyone on Twitter that the room where Lionel Messi slept during the FIFA World Cup will be turned into a pristine museum in the future. The room Messi stayed in is B201 and is the latest in a long list of honours, the second being named an honorary resident of the town of Funes in Santa Fe, Argentina.
Lionel Messi had an exceptional World Cup and is set to return to France to continue his season at PSG in search of the club’s first-ever UEFA Champions League.
Lionel Messi’s numbers at the World Cup
Lionel Messi had a World Cup for the ages with 7 goals and 3 assists in 7 matches. Messi was named the player of the tournament and also posted the most liked post in Instagram’s history. It was Messi’s fifth and reportedly final World Cup, although the Argentine superstar has not retired from his national team.
— جامعة قطر (@QatarUniversity) December 27, 2022