Let $n\geq 2$ and denote by $B\subset \mathbb{R}^n$ the closed unit ball.

Does there exist a closed subset $A\subset B$ containing $0\in \mathbb{R}^n$ with the following properties i,ii,iii?

i) $\{0\}$ is a connected component of $A$.

ii) $0\in \overline{A\setminus\{0\}}$ and

iii) each connected component $C\neq \{0\}$ of $A$ intersects $\partial B$: $C\cap \partial B\neq \emptyset$.

A comment: $A$ needs to have infinitely many connected components by i) and ii). The first two conditions i) and ii) are easily satisfied for a set $A$ consisting of the elements of a sequence in $B\setminus \{0\}$ converging to $0$ together with its limit point. However I do not know how to construct an example of a closed set $A$ where in addition iii) holds.