Messi sets records, outperforming all World Cup players since 1966
- World Soccer Today -
The Argentine star, Lionel Messi, won the 2022 World Cup with Tango, for the first time in his football career, after winning yesterday, Sunday, over the French national team.
The Argentine flea managed to score 7 goals in the tournament, starting from the group stage until the final match, and is considered the second scorer after Kylian Mbappe, who scored 8 goals.
According to Sofascore, among the 3,894 players who have participated in the World Cup since 1966, Messi has achieved the following:
The most participation in matches (26).
First place in goals (21).
First in assists (8).
First in shots on goal (46).
1st in key passes (75).
1st in dribbles completed (125).
Second place in duels (239).
Second place in the number of errors that were exposed (75).