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FC Barcelona Star, Lionel Messi Donates to Mozambican Children

Lionel Messi has a big heart and he demonstrates it once more by this gesture of solidarity towards Africa. The Pulga has set up a solidarity activity with the Messi Foundation before the Clasico that it will miss due to an injury.

We remember that the Argentine international was already present at the event that launched the work for the new Pedriatric Cancer Center of the Hospital de Sant Joan de Déu . He took the opportunity to help the children of Mozambique by donating them.

Lionel Messi has decided to help children in Mozambique’s primary schools by offering them 15,000 breakfasts with the intention of fighting as he can against malnutrition in this country. The Lionel Messi Foundation is launching a new campaign where it will distribute meals to 15,000 boys and girls in 40 primary schools in Mangodze and Mozambique.

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A gesture that has been hailed by many Pulga fans around the world. It must be said that Messi not only arouses admiration through this gesture of heart to the children of Mozambique. He is also admired by some of his teammates who feel they have fulfilled their dream of playing with him. This is the case of Luis Suarez.

The Uruguayan international has confided that by playing FC Barcelona and in the same club as Lionel Messi, his dream came true: ”  I realized all my dreams. With the selection, I managed many things, even if a World Cup is difficult. Playing in Barcelona is what I wanted, winning the Champions League, winning a La Liga, being with the best players by my side, having the opportunity to tell my kids that I played with the best player in history. It will be something unique,  “he explained.

 

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