'Little Messi' fled
quetta - The family of the 5-year-old Afghan Murtaza Ahmedi, known as the 'Little Messi' is afraid that the boy is kidnapped because of his popularity. Murtaza and his parents are therefore fleeing beaten to Pakistan.
He and his family arrived a few days ago in the Pakistani city of Quetta, near the Afghan border. The small fan Afghanistan became world famous for its handcrafted football shirt number 10 of the Argentine national football team.
His family is not only afraid of a possible kidnapping, they are also disappointed that there is still no meeting has been arranged between Murtaza and his idol. The Afghan Football Federation promised earlier that end to make every effort. 'I'm really a fan of Messi. My biggest wish is to meet him, 'Murtaza tells
The small fan received it previously in Kabul a real Argentinian football shirt signed by Lionel Messi. Through UNICEF, where Messi ambassador, he has received the gifts of the Argentine striker. In addition to a signed shirt with number 10, the boy also received an autographed football. He signed the shirt with 'Con mucho cariño, Leo', or: 'With much love, Leo.
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