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Celebrate Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi's record-breaking 2011-2012 seasons with this framed piece.

In 2011-12 Messi scored 73 goals for Barcelona. His phenomenal goal scoring has taken him past 233 goals for Barcelona, making him their all-time highest goal-scorer.Meanwhile Ronaldo guided Real Madrid to their first La Liga title in 4 years, and scored 46 goals in 38 games along the way.

The frame comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring images of Messi and Ronaldo signing the shirts. Lionel Messi signed the Barcelona 2011-12 shirt in Barcelona on April 20, 2012. Cristiano Ronaldo signed the Real Madrid shirt in Madrid on February 8, 2012.

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Celebra a dos grandes del fútbol mundial, Cristiano Ronaldo y Lionel Messi, con estas camisetas enmarcadas. En 2011-12 Messi anotó 73 goles para el Barcelona, preparando el camino para romper el récord de anotaciones del club con 233. Mientras tanto, Ronal

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