Lithuanian artist Jolita Vaitkute spent a staggering 27 hours putting together a piece of how Ronaldo and Messi having dinner together might look with the use of food and restaurant equipment.


During ​UEFA Champions League's draw on August 29 last month, the ​Juventus hitman and the ​Barcelona legend admitted that they are very good friends outside of football but they still haven't had dinner together yet and extended ​an invitation to the Argentinean for the same in what was considered by fans as an epic moment.


However, in response to the invitation, Vaitkute spent an insane 27 hours in making his masterpiece.



In total, the artwork is eight meters long and three meters wide, made of 658 objects that include oysters, shrimps, grapes and various desserts and drinks. Every object was picked individually from 17 different stores around Vilnius, the Lithuanian capital.


Explaining what inspired her to create the mindblowing design, Jolita told ​SPORTbible: "In response to Ronaldo's comments, the city of Vilnius decided to act as a mediator between the two living football legends and offer them dinner at one of the city's top restaurants."


She further stated, "Ten of the top-rated restaurants jumped on board by inviting the distinguished guests to try the best their chefs have to offer. To make sure the two footballers would have a wide enough range of eating places to choose from, a table for "Ronaldo and Messi" was reserved in each of the restaurants. This is why we chose to make portraits from meals, glasses and tables as a invitation visual."


On being asked about who she thinks the GOAT really is out of the two, Jolita added, "Both of them are cool. I just like the friendship between two opponents."