World Cup Champion, Messi Stayed At This Room In University, Qatar Is Turning It Into A Miniature Museum

by Deeplata Garde
World Cup Champion, Messi Stayed At This Room In University, Qatar Is Turning It Into A Miniature Museum

A tiny museum will be established in the room where Argentine football player Lionel Messi lived at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. The resources are still in two states about the museum being built at the same venue or moved somewhere else. The landmark victory of Argentina was special for the team and players as Messi played his last match that night.

Winning Laurels, Accolades And Now A Tiny Museum To Honour Argentina

Seems like Messi is still enjoying the World Cup triumph post-tournament. After etching his name in the history of football, Messi now has a miniature museum to boast about in Qatar.

Everybody is in awe of Lionel Messi as he continues to soak in the World Cup glory. People can’t have enough of Messi as they are making it evident by building a museum in Qatar to house everything he has recently touched. The team along with its leader is currently enjoying their success.

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What Does The QU Look After The Decor Inspired By La Albiceleste

During Argentina’s 29-day competition, the university served as their base camp which now would serve as the base to the museum. To help the athletes feel more at home, Argentinian accents were introduced to the campus.

The QU has adorned the area in a blue and white style to match the Argentinian team’s shirt colour. Photographs of player jerseys with the names of many players inscribed over them have been placed around the rooms by the institution. The players have also signed autographs, and the area’s entry is decorated with sizable flags of Qatar and Argentina.

Will you visit to stroll through the belongings of the victorious team and feel the vibe?

Cover Image Courtesy: Twitter/Qatar University