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More than 5,000 schoolchildren sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to Lionel Messi in his home city

More than 5,000 schoolchildren sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to Lionel Messi in his home city of Rosario… as the PSG star celebrates his 35th birthday with his wife and former Barcelona teammates Luis Suarez and Cesc Fabregas

  • Schoolchildren sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to Lionel Messi who turned 35 on Friday
  • A youth orchestra in the Argentine city of Rosario sang for Messi’s birthday
  • The PSG star celebrated with his wife and friends on the island of Sa Ferradura

More than 5,000 schoolchildren sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to Lionel Messi in his hometown as he celebrated on a private island with his wife and friends, including former Barcelona teammate Luis Suarez.

Youth from a youth orchestra in the Argentine city of Rosario led the way with the beautiful birthday tribute at the iconic National Flag Memorial near the bank of the Parana River.

The breathtaking award was broadcast on local TV and was part of a new chapter of a program called Mundo Leo dedicated to the football star.

More than 5,000 schoolchildren sang 'Happy Birthday' to Lionel Messi in his hometown

More than 5,000 schoolchildren sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to Lionel Messi in his hometown

Meanwhile, Messi spent his birthday on holiday with his wife Antonella Roccuzzo and friends

Meanwhile, Messi spent his birthday on holiday with his wife Antonella Roccuzzo and friends

Former Liverpool winger Maxi Rodriguez was among those who appeared on screen to wish Messi a happy 35th birthday before the kids made their voices heard with their emotional display.

The Paris Saint-Germain star turned 35 on Friday, in Sa Ferradura, just off the north coast of Ibiza, and celebrated with friends including Suarez and former Arsenal and Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas and their partners.

Messi, his wife Antonela Roccuzzo and their three children Thiago, nine, Mateo, six and Ciro, four, have stayed on the island with Fabregas and wife Daniella Semaan in a six-bed mansion worth £250,000 a week.

Messi also celebrated with Luis Suarez (third from right) and Cesc Fabregas (right) and their partners, in Sa Ferradura - just off Ibiza's northern coast in the Mediterranean.

Messi also celebrated with Luis Suarez (third from right) and Cesc Fabregas (right) and their partners, in Sa Ferradura – just off Ibiza’s northern coast in the Mediterranean.

Messi, his wife and children stayed in a £250,000-a-week mansion on the island

Messi, his wife and children stayed in a £250,000-a-week mansion on the island

The mansion has 22 staff to care for Messi, Fabregas and Suarez .  to care

The mansion has 22 staff to care for Messi, Fabregas and Suarez . to care

The country house is located on a private island - Isla Sa Ferradura - in the bay of San Miguel in Ibiza

The country house is located on a private island – Isla Sa Ferradura – in the bay of San Miguel in Ibiza

Around the same time as the ‘Happy Birthday’ tribute in Rosario for the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner, the PSG star enjoyed evening drinks with his football friends and their partners.

His family trip to Ibiza came two weeks after he vacationed at his mansion near his hometown after international service, including a Wembley Stadium showdown between Euro 2020 winners Italy and 2021 Copa America champion Argentina, who won the South Americans won 3-0.

Messi’s Mediterranean vacation is expected to be his last before returning to Paris to prepare for the upcoming season, which will be punctuated by the World Cup in Qatar, where he will aim to win the elusive medal missing from his trophy cabinet. .

Messi's vacation will be the whip before he returns to Paris to prepare for the new season

Messi’s vacation will be the whip before he returns to Paris to prepare for the new season

Messi with wife Antonela

Roccuzzo has posted photos on her Instagram page with her husband



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