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Personally signed by Messi!

This product is part of Icons' exclusive UEFA Champions League signed memorabilia range, officially licensed by UEFA.

This photo was personally signed by the sensational Leo Messi in an exclusive signing session organised and carried out by Icons in Barcelona on 20 April 2012.

The photo shows Barcelona's Leo Messi, the world's best player, celebrating after becoming the only player in history to score five goals in a single Champions League match, when Barcelona demolished German side Bayer Leverkusen 7-1 at the Camp Nou on March 7. It is another unforgettable moment in the Argentinian superstar's remarkable career.

Messi was in unstoppable form for Barcelona during the 2011-12 season, smashing Cesar Rodriguez's record of 232 goals to become Barcelona's all-time top scorer at just 24 years old. He has now become the first player in almost 40 years to score over 60 goals in a season in the top flight. This beautiful photo will increase in value as Messi takes his career to even greater heights.

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


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