As Many Records As Lionel Messi in Qatar World Cup 2022

As Many Records As Lionel Messi in Qatar World Cup 2022
As Many Records As Lionel Messi in Qatar World Cup 2022

Looks like Qatar World Cup is on the way to the end. One more semi-final match and a final match are left. Lionel Messi’s Argentina is the first finalist of this year’s World Cup. Qatar World Cup is going on, and Messi’s record is also going on. Messi has set several records in the current World Cup. Even in the final match, Messi will have the opportunity to set new records and break old records. Take a look at some of the records made by Messi in this World Cup-

Argentina captain Lionel Messi has scored a total of 11 goals in the World Cup so far. After scoring from the penalty spot against Croatia, Lionel Messi became Argentina’s top scorer at the World Cup. Messi broke Gabriel Batistuta’s record of 10 goals.

While the record for the most goals for Argentina is next to Lionel Messi’s name, he also has the most assists for the country. Messi surpassed Diego Maradona by assisting Julian Alvarez on a goal against the Croats. Earlier, Maradona assisted a total of 8 goals in Argentina’s jersey. The number of goals assisted by Messi in the country’s jersey is currently 9. Lionel Messi now holds the record for the most matches played in the World Cup. Messi set this record by playing in the semi-finals of the World Cup in Qatar against Croatia. In terms of playing the most matches in the World Cup, Messi has touched the German legend, Lothar Mathews. Messi played the 25th match in the World Cup against Croatia.

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Assisting a goal against Croatia, Messi became the first footballer to score their own goal and set up a goal in four World Cup matches.

This is Lionel Messi’s fifth World Cup in his career. At the start of the tournament, Messi equaled Cristiano Ronaldo’s record of 4 World Cup goals by scoring from the penalty spot against Saudi Arabia. Messi fans are already waiting to see the magic of Messi’s left foot in the final on December 18.

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