Barcelona legend Messi has scored 86 international goals, two more than Hungarian legend Ferenc Puskas, who has dropped him to fourth place in the men’s all-time list.
On the same day that tennis legend Rafael Nadal defeated Caspar Rudd in straight sets to win his 14th French Open title, Messi’s feat was broken and his record for most men’s Grand Slam titles increased to 22.
Regarding Argentine boss Scoloni, there is no exaggeration left to describe the impact of the earthquake on any man in the world of sports.
“I don’t know what else to say. It’s very difficult. It’s like Rafa Nadal. What are you going to say?” Scoloni told TVP.
“It’s good for journalists to talk, they talk. You have no words to describe it, and most importantly, what it creates. “
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June 5, 2022
As a result, just five months before the start of the World Cup in Qatar, Argentina extended their unbeaten run to 33 matches.
Messi completed a hat-trick early in the second half before scoring twice in the final 20 minutes.
Scoloni added his talisman: “He is something unique and he is happy to be in this group. He is happy to have trained the entire coaching staff. And this is his behavior and how he toasts his shirt.
“We just have words of thanks. I don’t think it’s just Argentina’s legacy; it’s the legacy of the world, of world football. The day he doesn’t play anymore, the day we will remember him.”
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