Lionel Messi breaks record after record
December 18, 2022
Sports Tak Staff
Lionel Messi's Argentina beat France in the final of the FIFA World Cup 2022.
Messi scored a penalty in this match, completing a big record after doing so.
Messi has now become the only player in the history of the tournament to score goals in all knockout matches of a single FIFA World Cup.
Messi scored a goal against Australia in the Round of 16, and then against the Netherlands in the quarterfinals.
Messi scored a goal against Croatia in the semi-final match, and now he has created history with two goals in the final.
Not only this, Messi scored his 12th goal in the history of FIFA World Cup in the final and made a record in his name.
With 12 goals, Messi has equalled Brazilian legend Pele's record of 12 World Cup goals.
Messi's magic continued throughout the World Cup and in this edition he scored his seven goals. He won the Golden Ball after a brilliant final win in penalties over France.
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