Lionel Messi has set 2 new world records for himself.
Lionel Messi, who is arguably the best playmaker in the world, has set two new records for himself.
This is because of how well he played in Paris Saint-2-1 Germain’s win over OGC Nice in the ninth round of the Ligue 1 season. In that game, he scored a direct free kick, giving him sixty goals in his professional career. He was also named the game’s best player.
During his time at Barcelona, he scored fifty (50) direct kicks, nine (9) at the national level, and one (1) at Paris Saint-German. He scored the most against Espanyol (6), Atletico Club (5), and Sevilla (5).
In terms of competitive games, he has played in 4 UEFA Champions League games, 39 La Liga Santander games, 3 Copa del Rey games, 4 Copa America games, and 3 World Cup Qualifiers games. He has also played in the European Super Cup, international friendlies, and the Spanish Super Cup.
On record two, he is the first player to be involved in 300 goals in Europe’s top five leagues (Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, and Ligue 1) since the 2015/2016 season. This is 38 more goals than any other player.