It sometimes feels like everytime Lionel Messi ventures on the football pitch he breaks no less than three records just by being there. Now and then, they can be somewhat convoluted, however, there are nine records Messi could break before he calls it a day that is exceptionally amazing.
Lionel Messi has had one hell of a career to date but then he’s just 30. I say that mostly in light of the fact that he really has an additional four years at the best, if not more.
Not that you’re unaware, but rather the Argentinian wonder has more than 500 Barca goals to his name, a further 61 for Argentina and various individual awards and team competitions to his consistently developing rundown of accomplishments.
He at present has 30 trophies to his name amid his career and at 600 appearances for his club, that implies that he grabs a trophy not too far off every 20 games, once you factor in his Barcelona performances in.
Regardless of as of now being in control of a considerable measure of records, there’s nine Messi could catch before he hangs up his boots:
Most trophies- Messi; 30 trophies. Current record holder; Ryan Giggs; 36 trophies.
Top goalscorer in Champions League- Messi; 97 goals. Current record holder; Cristiano Ronaldo; 110 goals.
The player with most European Cups/Champions League trophies- Messi; four trophies. Current record holder; PacoGento; six trophies.
The player with most European titles- Messi; seven (four Champions Leagues, three Super Cups). Current record holders; Paolo Maldini/Dani Alves; nine.
Top goalscorer for one European club- Messi; 523 goals. Current record holder; Josef Bican; 534 goals (Slavia Prague).
Most Barcelona appearances- Messi; 600 appearances. Current record holder; Xavi; 767 appearances.
The player with most wins in Spain- Messi; 298 wins. Current record holder; Iker Casillas; 334 wins.
The player in Europe with the most Golden Boots – Messi; four. Current record holders; Lionel Messi/Cristiano Ronaldo; four.
The player with most Ballond’Ors- Messi; five. Current record holder; Lionel Messi; five.
There’s still some approach for Messi’s profession and the Argentine will trust that he can catch World Cup gold for his nation this summer and in addition to getting those records and much other silverware.