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Lionel Messi is also known as ‘The Play’ for his agility and speed. (AFP image)

Lionel Messi has two passports. Because he is a citizen of Argentina and Spain. He became a Spanish citizen in 2005

Happy Birthday Lionel Messi: Lionel Messi Louis Lionel Andres Messi was born on June 24, 1987 in Rosario, Argentina. One of the greatest footballers in the world came from a humble background. In fact, at the age of 11, when he was diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency, his parents could not afford his treatment, which cost $ 900 a month. He could only undergo treatment after signing a contract with FC Barcelona and moving to Spain. The football club paid for his treatment.

In terms of his personal life, Messi has been happily married to Antonella Rogusso since 2017. The couple has three sons, Diego Messi, Ciro Messi and Madio Messi. He is not only a great player, but also a great man at heart. The footballer has made generous contributions for many noble causes.

On his birthday today, look at some of the little-known facts about him:

  1. The footballer is also known as ‘The Play’ for his agility and speed.
  2. Messi is one of the richest footballers in the world.
  3. Barcelona’s first team director Carlos Rexach was so impressed with his talent that he immediately signed him. The contract was written on a tissue paper as the paper was not available at the time.
  4. Messi made his FC Barcelona debut in 2003 against RCD Espanyol. He was 17 at the time and the third youngest player to play for Barcelona. He was also the youngest player to score for the club.
  5. He has two passports. Because he is a citizen of Argentina and Spain. He became a Spanish citizen in 2005.
  6. Messi received the Barcelona jersey No. 10 from the legendary footballer Ronaldinho in 2008.
  7. The footballer won his first FIFA World Player of the Year award in 2009.
  8. The Royal Spanish Football Confederation approached the ace player to join the Spanish football team, but he turned down the offer.
  9. He founded the Leo Messi Foundation, which aims to provide better education and health care for children.
  10. After leaving Barcelona, ​​Messi plays as a pioneer for Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).

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