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The World Cup room of Lionel Messi in Qatar will become a museum

Room B201 served as a home for Lionel Messi. Although it was a twin room.

Qatar University turned the Argentinean’s room into a tiny museum to celebrate Lionel Messi victory at the 2022 World Cup.

In Qatar, the Lionel Messi Room will become a museum

Argentina won the World Cup after defeating the 2018 champions France on penalties thanks to Messi’s inspiration.

While Argentina as a whole continues to celebrate the incredible feat. Qatar has honoured Messi by converting his apartment into a museum.

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In their statement, they stated,

“The University of Qatar announces the allocation of the room. Constructed by the member of the Argentine national team at the Qatar World Cup into a little museum.”

The chamber will reportedly no longer be accessible to visitors. They will reportedly preserve everything Messi left behind. As they turn it into a little museum for locals and foreign tourists.

Argentina chose to use the university’s facilities rather than an opulent hotel because of the diversity of courts, gyms, swimming pools, and the presence of a training stadium on campus.


Liverpool utilised the greatest university facilities in the nation while competing in the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup.

After defeating Flamengo 1-0, Jurgen Klopp’s team went on to win the trophy.

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Argentina Players Rooms

Room B201 served as a home for Lionel Messi. Although it was a twin room, Messi had it to himself for the whole of the competition.

On the night before the championship game, though, Messi and Sergio Aguero shared a room since the former striker had come to the Argentina camp as a special guest.

The majority of the rooms used by Argentina’s athletes will be converted back to their original function as dorm rooms for students.

Messi’s performance in World Cup 2022

As Argentina finally won the World Cup after a lengthy wait of 36 years, the Paris Saint-Germain star scored seven goals and made World Cup history by becoming the first player to win two Golden Balls. In addition, he surpassed Gabriel Batistuta, who had previously held the record with 10 goals, to tie Pele’s record of 13 goals scored in World Cup competitions.

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Pratik Sharma
Pratik Sharmahttp://thesportslite.com
A college student who live football and must say a huge supporter of Barcelona. He is also an hip-hop rap artist who just loves to make music and spend his other time in watching European football matches.

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