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Every four years a new World Cup is celebrated and with it the task to complete a new album of cards. Regardless of age, children and adults are immersed in the activity of buying, exchanging, and collecting stickers for every soccer player. But Pedro Henrique, an 8-year-old Brazilian boy did something much better.
Because his mother could not afford to buy him that gift, the little one put his ingenuity and creativity at stake: he designed his own album and each footballer.
Shout out to Pedro Henrique Blanco Arouca from São Paulo, who drew his own Panini stickers. We want to send this talented kid some real ones. Where can we find you?#Brazil #Brasília #Brasil #figurinhas #BRACRC #HelpUsFindHim #Firmino #CopadoMundo #cbf @cbf_futebol #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/mWZy6CE9ux— Onefootball (@OnefootballEN) June 22, 2018
Given his family's circumstances, the boy began to draw all the players after observing the albums his friends from school were putting together. He drew all 126 players!
Pedro's talent for drawing ended up becoming the hype of his school that even his classmates asked him to create drawings for them as well. In the end, the boy received the original album and all of the collectible stickers as a gift. But, without doubts, the best album of the World Cup is the one that he did himself.
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