Argentina: Lionel Messi created history, scored his 100th goal in international football; Scored a hat-trick in 37 minutes


The world champion football team Argentina crushed Coração 7-0 in an international friendly match. Argentina captain Lionel Messi scored three goals in the match. During this, he completed his hat trick. 100 goal were also completed in Lionel Andrés international matches. This is Argentina’s second win in a row after winning the World Cup. Earlier, he had defeated Panama 2-0 in a friendly match.

Lionel Andrés Messi is the third footballer to complete 100 goals in international football. He has scored 102 goals in 174 matches. During this, Lionel Andrés assisted 54 goals. Portugal’s captain Cristiano Ronaldo is the highest goalscorer in international football. He has scored 122 goals in 198 matches. After him, Ali Daei of Iran is in second place. Ali scored 109 goals in 148 matches.

Messi created history

Messi achieved a special achievement as soon as he completed 100 goals. He is the first football player in the world to win the World Cup as well as complete 100 goals. Ronaldo and Ali Daei have scored more than 100 goals, but both have not won the World Cup.

Messi completes career’s 57th hat-trick

Lionel Andrés started the match in a stormy fashion. He completed the hat trick in 37 minutes. Messi scored in the 20th, 33rd, and 37th minutes. This is the 57th hat trick of his career. At the same time, playing for Argentina, he scored a hat-trick goal for the ninth time. Also, Messi has scored three or more goals in a match for the first time this year.

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Messi also assisted a goal

Lionel Andrés not only scored three goals but also contributed to one goal. He assisted a goal for Enzo Fernandez in the 35th minute. Lionel Andrés has assisted a goal for the 22nd time this season. Apart from this, he assisted Argentina for the 54th time and a total of 354 times at the senior level.

These players also scored goals

Not only Lionel Andrés but four other players also scored for Argentina. Nicolas Gonzalez (23rd), Enzo Fernandez (35th), veteran Angel Di Maria (78th), and Gonzalo Montiel (87th) scored.

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