The South American nation won the Qatar tournament
Lionel Messi, widely regarded as the sport’s greatest player of all time, guided Argentina to a penalty shootout victory over France in the FIFA World Cup final in Qatar. Consequently, people everywhere have joined in Argentina’s celebrations of their third World Cup triumph.
For Christmas, Ziva Dhoni, MS Dhoni’s daughter, was given a signed Argentina jersey by Lionel Messi.
Ziva Singh Dhoni posted an Instagram photo of herself wearing the jersey. Like father, like daughter! #commonlove #merrychristmas is the message on the card. Ziva’s beaming smile in the photo indicates that her joy is without bounds. Those photos are signed by Messi, of course. In Latin, “Para Ziva” means “For Ziva.”
It would appear that the two generations share a passion for football and the legendary player Messi. Since it was published, the post has been liked more than two million times. MS Dhoni, an Indian cricket legend, is also a big football fan and is often spotted at practices for his Indian Super League team, Chennaiyin FC, which he co-owns.
Former Indian cricket team captain has also shown his love for the footballing great previously
The Argentina Football Association put out a commercial saluting Lionel Messi, the team’s star player, for his outstanding performance at the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar. A young child is shown in the commercial both receiving the World Cup trophy and opening presents on Christmas morning. After saying, “Thanks, Papa Noel,” he grabs the trophy and kisses it. Santa Claus in Argentina is now known as Papa Noel, after Lionel Messi.
It is no secret that Dhoni is a huge fan of Messi; in fact, he is so enamored of the Argentine that he has clearly instilled that passion in his daughter. Dhoni won the ICC World Cup in 2011 while leading India to victory.
Finally, Lionel Messi will return to Paris Saint-Germain at the start of January, according to the club’s manager, Christophe Galtier. Lionel Messi, who led Argentina to its first World Cup victory in 36 years.