- Messi is Argentina’s most-capped World Cup player, appearing in his fifth tournament.
- The superstar of Paris Saint-Germain made his 22nd FIFA World Cup appearance.
- In Argentina’s exciting win over Mexico, Messi broke Maradona’s World Cup record for goals.
Lionel Messi surpassed Diego Maradona record on Thursday at the FIFA World Cup 2022. At Stadium 974, two of Group C’s top teams—Argentina, headed by Messi, and Poland, led by Robert Lewandowski—squared off.
A new high was reached in Lionel Messi’s extraordinary football career on Thursday, when he rallied his team for Argentina’s decisive Group C encounter at the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar.
The Argentine rock has already accomplished more than his hero Diego Maradona ever did at the highest level. The superstar of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) made his 22nd FIFA World Cup appearance for La Albiceleste (The White and Sky Blue).
Messi is Argentina’s most-capped World Cup player, appearing in his fifth tournament. The 35-year-old accomplished the remarkable accomplishment in Argentina’s Stadium 974 Group C match against Poland and Robert Lewandowski’s squad.
Group C runners-up Argentina are only one point behind Poland in Doha.
Argentina, inspired by Messi, came for its mouthwatering World Cup match against Poland having just defeated Mexico, 2-0.
Argentina, with Messi at the helm, lost its opening match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup to Saudi Arabia by a score of 2-1.
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