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This photo was personally signed by Leo Messi in an exclusive Icons signing session in Barcelona on January 18, 2013. It is only available framed.

In 2012, Leo Messi earned his fourth consecutive FIFA Ballon d'Or trophy, becoming the first player to be named world player of the year four times, after scoring an unprecedented 91 goals in one calendar year - not just beating the record set by Bayern Munich striker Gerd Muller some 40 years previous, but smashing it.

After being presented with the trophy in January 2013, this photo captures the player posing with his four trophies before a Barcelona match days later.

The photo was signed in gold pen and comes with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Leo signing.

NOTE: All sales final for signed memorabilia in order to protect standards of authenticity.


Esta fotografía fue autografiada por Lionel Messi durante una sesión exclusiva celebrada en Barcelona el 28 de enero de 2013. Disponible enmarcada solamente. En 2012, Messi conquistó su cuarto Balón de Oro, convirtiéndose en el primer jugador en lograr dic

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