A screengrab of the child from the video.
Gulf Today Report
Arat Hosseini, a six-year-old Iranian boy has become the internet sensation due to a series of videos highlighting his incredible skills.
Arat has gained 3 million followers on Instagram.
In a video in which Argentine star, Lionel Messi broke social networks after responding to the video of Arat who flaunted his skills in a Barcelona shirt.
Arat is seen saying, “Hi Lionel Messi, I love you,” and kicks the ball in the video.
The footballer surprises Arat by writing “Thanks Arat!! I see a lot of class there, impressive! Hug!!”
“Leo Messi thank you for commenting on my video” replied Arat.
Arat wishes to play for Barcelona one day. He dreams about it every night.
He compares himself with Messi and wants be just like him when he grows up.
Arat always does his best to achieve his dreams.
His favorite sport is soccer, but also he has boasted of being very good in disciplines such as gymnastic, basketball and taekwondo.
Medical experts have warned about the danger of the challenge being taken up by some young people, who refer to it as "scarfing" or "the choking game" in which restricted oxygen to the brain results in a high.
Friends of the young man told rescue workers he was posing for the video to post it on TikTok and his other social media accounts, Zaman said. A police official at the local station confirmed the accident and other details.
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The Barcelona and Argentina's star footballer says he is currently spending time with his family as it is an exceptional time and we must follow the instructions of health organisations and public authorities.
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