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Dhoni’s daughter gets autographed jersey from Lionel Messi

Dhoni’s daughter gets autographed jersey from Lionel Messi

Dhoni’s daughter gets autographed jersey from Lionel Messi

Dhoni’s daughter gets autographed jersey from Lionel Messi

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  • Ziva Singh Dhoni was spotted sporting jersey was autographed by Messi.
  • Fans of the winning squad are queuing up in Buenos Aires to get tattoos of Messi.
  • Some fans have been made fun of for bad ink, including misspelled names.
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Lionel Messi defeated France in the championship match on December 18, realising his dream of winning the FIFA World Cup trophy in 2022.

Only a select number of the renowned footballer’s admirers and supporters have managed to obtain his jersey. MS Dhoni recently disclosed that Messi has given his daughter a signed shirt.

Ziva Singh Dhoni was spotted sporting an Argentina jersey that was autographed by Messi on Instagram, which is run by her parents.

Post caption read, “Like father, like daughter!”

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A post shared by ZIVA SINGH DHONI (@ziva_singh_dhoni)

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After being published, the post received over 200,000 likes on Instagram.

For Lionel Messi tattoos, fans wait in line

Fans of the winning Argentine squad are currently queuing up in Buenos Aires to get tattoos of captain Lionel Messi and the World Cup trophy.

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Tattoo artist Esteban Vucinovich told AFP in the capital, “I have (appointments) completely dedicated to the World Cup for the next two weeks.”

Some others had previously scheduled appointments for tattoos of snakes or skulls, but now they’re switching to Messi or the Cup. I have two or three appointments each day, the man declared.

According to Vucinovich, the trophy is the subject of the most requests for skin art, followed by Messi and Emiliano Martinez, the Albiceleste’s game-winning goalie against France in the final.

The body art of Argentine athletes like Angel Di Maria, who most recently wore a World Cup tattoo on his right thigh, inspires a lot of followers.

As a token of appreciation, public servant Nicolas Rechanik told AFP, “I got a tattoo of Messi.”

The team that brought us a third World Cup and all the years of work to achieve this goal are also represented, along with what Messi represents.

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Rechanik previously wore the resemblance of another Argentine football legend, Diego Maradona, before obtaining the picture of Messi wearing the team’s blue-and-white striped shirt and kissing the championship trophy permanently attached to his left thigh.

It is the ideal illustration of both Argentine football and what it means to be an Argentine, he remarked.

Alma Ocampo, a 20-year-old football enthusiast, made the decision to get inked after Argentina’s shocking World Cup opening loss to Saudi Arabia.

“When everyone lost hope, I made the decision to have a tattoo of the Cup if Argentina wins. She continued, “And so I did, with the date of the final being December 18, 2022,” adding that “it hurt quite a little.”

Ariel Sacchi, a physical education instructor, got tattoos for each of Messi’s five appearances in the World Cups. An image of the Argentine captain kissing the Cup is in the centre.

Leo Messi offered the most happiness to all Argentines, thus I chose to acquire him, said Sacchi.

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However, not all tattoos are created equal, and many fans have been made fun of on social media for bad ink, including a fat-faced Messi and misspelt names, which are currently popular topics.

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