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7 Football Players Who Have Guiness World Record

Many footballers have shown how superb they can be when they are on and of the pitch. Here are some players that broke world records:

Cristiano Ronaldo

Ronaldo is obsessed with being the number one in everything, he has a lot of records. He has more international goals than any other player, he has more Champions League goals than any other player, he has more La Liga penalties than any other player, he is the most liked man on Facebook, and he is the most followed person on Instagram.

Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi has been breaking records since he was a very young boy, he has the most goals scored in a calendar year which is 91, he has more La Liga assists than any other player, and he has more golden ball medals than any other player.

Robert Lewandowski

Robert is a player that likes to produce Superman abilities while on the pitch. In 2015, he became the first player to score 5 goals in 9 minutes and he did it as a substitute, this accomplishment broke three records simultaneously. He scored the fastest three, four, and five goals in the history of the German League.


Not all records are about scoring goals, Manchester City's goalkeeper, Ederson, has the record for the world's longest dropkick. In 2018, he managed to launch the ball a whopping 82.4 yards.


In 2015, Mane was a player for Southampton, and he broke Robbie Fowler's 21-year record for the fastest Premier League hat-trick, It took Mane just 176 seconds to complete the route.


In December of 2006, he broke the record for the fastest goal as a substitute in Premier League, it took him just 6 seconds to score a goal in the North London derby.

Wayne Rooney & Tim Cahill

These two share the records for the most consecutive appearances on the cover of FIFA. Rooney featured on every game from 2006-12, and Cahill was on the Australian version from 2010-2016.

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