Qatar University announced, on Tuesday, the use of the room of Argentine legend Lionel Messi, who was chosen as the best player in the World Cup in Qatar, after winning the cup that his country had been absent for more than three decades, to become a “miniature museum”.
The university stated on its Twitter account: “Qatar University announces the allocation of the room in which the Argentine national team player Lionel Messi stayed during the Qatar World Cup period to become a mini-museum.”
#Qatar University Announcing the allocation of the room in which the Argentine national team player, Lionel, stayed #Messi During the World Cup Qatar, to become a miniature museum#World_Cup_Qatar 2022 #Qatar2022 pic.twitter.com/8QUpJAI64r
– Qatar University (@QatarUniversity) December 27, 2022
Messi raised his score to 37 titles in a triumphant march that witnessed his victory in all tournaments without exception, and he rose to the ranks of football legends alongside the Brazilian Pele and his compatriot Maradona.
In his last appearance in the World Cup finals, Messi broke many records, including his participation in his 26th match in the World Cup, while he scored two goals from his team’s hat-trick in an exciting 3-3 draw against France, before resorting to the penalty kicks scenario that smiled at Argentina.
On the other hand, French Paris Saint-Germain coach Christophe Galtier announced that Messi will return to his team’s exercises on the second or third of next January, after he had a period of rest after the World Cup.
Messi will most likely not be with the French capital team until the eighteenth stage of the French League, when he receives Angers.
Saint-Germain ranks first in the French League, with 41 points, five points behind Lens II.
Saint-Germain hopes to build on the brilliance of his two stars, Messi and Kylian Mbappe, in the World Cup, after the two players reached the final, in order to seek the European Champions League title after a long wait, as he will be on a date with a fiery confrontation against Bayern Munich in the final price round, starting from February 14 next.