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Narendra Modi receives special football jersey from FIFA President Gianni Infantino
Prime Minister Narendra Modi met FIFA President Gianni Infantino, who gifted him a football jersey with his name on its back
Prime Minister Narendra Modi met FIFA President Gianni Infantino, who gifted him a football jersey with his name on its back.
Modi, who met Infantino on the sidelines of the G-20 Summit in Buenos Aires on Saturday, shared a picture of the blue jersey, with his name on the back, on Twitter.
"Impossible to come to Argentina and not think about football. Argentinian players are tremendously popular in India. Today, received this jersey from @FIFAcom President Gianni Infantino. I thank him for the kind gesture," he said.
During ''Yoga for Peace' event on Thursday, Prime Minister Modi had elaborated how football connected the two countries.
"If Argentina is interested in India's philosophy, art, music and dance, then there are millions of fans of the Argentine soccer stars in India. Maradona has now become a household name and also used in many vernacular phrases," Modi had said.
Impossible to come to Argentina and not think about football. Argentinian players are tremendously popular in India.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) December 1, 2018
Today, received this jersey from @FIFAcom President Gianni Infantino. I thank him for the kind gesture. pic.twitter.com/6IszG7fyFC
FIFA, which describes itself as an international governing body of association football, is responsible for organising major international soccer tournaments, notably the World Cup.