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The ultimate Messi souvenir

Limited Edition

This adidas F50 cleat was personally signed by Lionel Messi in an exclusive signing session Barcelona on January 28, 2013.

The Barcelona and Argentina superstar is without doubt the world's best player. His breath-taking performances in 2012 saw him score 91 goals in total, an incredible new world record for goals in a calendar year. His phenomenal goal scoring has taken him past 234 goals for Barcelona, making him their all-time leading scorer at just 25 years old. Now, with 2013 well underway, in his newly designed F50 boots, Leo looks set to better those achievements and further cement his place in soccer history.

The cleat was signed in black pen. It comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Leo signing.


Este botín adidas F50 de edición limitada fue autografiado por Lionel Messi durante una sesión exclusiva celebrada en Barcelona el 28 de enero de 2013. El astro del Barcelona y de la Selección Argentina anotó 91 goles en un año y ya suma más de 234 goles c

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