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Messi market record-violation boots for benevolence

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Lionel Messi has presented his adidas record-groove goal scoring boots to the MUSEU Nacional D’ART de Catalunya,

and together they have decided to offer this historic item of sporting memorabilia in a charity sale to support the Arts and Health Project of the VALL Hebron University Hospital in Barcelona. This online auction will take place on christies.com between 19 and 30 April 2021.

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The boots were used by the Argentine when he went past Pele’s goal-record of most goals for a single club.

“Achieving the record of 644 goals for the same club made me very happy, but the most important thing is being able to give something back to all the kids fighting for their health. We hope this auction serves to really raise awareness about this great initiative and I would like to thank all for supporting a cause so important to me.

” On 22nd December 2020, Lionel Messi broke one of football’s greatest records, scoring the most goals for a single club when he netted his 644th for FC Barcelona in their game against Real Valladolid.

The previous holder of this long-standing record was arguably the game’s most celebrated player, Pele.

The famous Brazilian scored 643 goals in 665 competitive games for Santos, with Messi achieving his incredible feat in 749 appearances. The game-worn boots,

used to score the record-breaking goal against Real Valladolid, have been signed by Lionel Messi. After initially being displayed at the MUSEU Nacional D’ART de Catalunya, the boots are being now offered for auction to raise funds in aid of the VALL D’HEBRON University Hospital’s Art and Health program.

The boots are connected by a Certificate of Authenticity, and are estimated between £50,000 and £70,000.

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