He has a number of records in the world of football, as he plays for his country and other clubs. Consider the following records that Messi has already set:

Messi has won the coveted award for the best male football player in the world a record seven times, setting a new record.

Messi scored 91 goals in a single calendar year in 2012, surpassing Gerd Muller’s previous record of 85 goals established in 1972.

Messi scored 73 goals for Barcelona during the 2011-2012 season, setting a new record for the most goals in a single European club season.

Messi has scored 36 hat-tricks (three goals in a single game) in La Liga, the most of any player in history.

Messi will have the opportunity to add to his already outstanding list of accomplishments during the 2022 World Cup. He will attempt to lead Argentina to a third World Cup win, having led the team to victories in 1978 and 1986. If he succeeds, he will become one of the best athletes in the history of the sport.

Argentina needed a victory over Mexico on Day 2 of the tournament after losing to Saudi Arabia on Day 1. Messi advanced with the hopes of a nation on his shoulders. His long-range shot gave the team the lead before he assisted Enzo Fernandez’s magnificent goal that sealed the victory.

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This second goal assist makes him the first player to contribute to five men’s World Cups: 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018 and now 2022. Yet that wasn’t the only role he played in writing history with that purpose.

Having already scored, the assist made him the youngest and oldest player in World Cup history to score and assist in the same game. He did so as an 18-year-old against Serbia in 2006 and as a 35-year-old against Mexico. His magnificent assist on Nahuel Molina’s opening goal against the Netherlands in the quarterfinals is a contender for the tournament’s top assist.

And in the semifinals, his stunning run and pass to Julián Álvarez, who scored Argentina’s third goal against Croatia, ensured that he tied Maradona’s record of eight World Cup assists for Argentina. In Qatar, Messi shattered another Maradona record. The 1986 World Cup hero carried the captain’s armband for his country 16 times.

By Lylla

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