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8 Football Records That May Never Be Broken

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Here are the 8 football records that may never be broken.

1. Robert Lewandowski, 5 goals in 9 minutes.

One of the football records that may never be broken is the Lewandowski record of scoring 5 goals in 9 minutes against Wolfsburg in 2015 after coming into the game as a substitute.

2. Cristiano Ronaldo, 17 UEFA Champions League in one season.

It will be hard to break the Cristiano Ronaldo record of scoring 17 UEFA Champions League goals in a single season. Ronaldo scored 17 goals in the 2013/2014 UEFA Champions League.

3. Lionel Messi scored 91 goals in 1 year.

Messi's record of scoring 91 goals in a single calendar year is one of the football records that may never be broken. He scored 91 goals in all competitions for Barça in 2012.

4. Pele, 3 FIFA World Cup titles.

The Brazilian legend Pele is the football player with the most FIFA World Cup titles. He won these 3 World cups in 1958, 1962, and 1970. Pele's record of winning 3 FIFA world Cups as a footballer may never be broken.

5. Paco Gento 6 UEFA Champions League titles.

Paco Gento is the player with the most UEFA Champions League titles. Only Cristiano Ronaldo has 5 among this present generation of superstars. 

6. Dani Alves, 42 career trophies.

Dani Alves is the footballer with the most titles after winning the sum of 42 trophies in his football career. This record is one of the football records that may not be broken in the coming years.

7. Ryan Giggs 13 Premier League titles.

Ryan Giggs won 13 Premier League trophies during his 20 years career at Manchester United. He is the player with the most League titles in the history of football. Giggs's record of winning 13 league titles is among the football records that may never be broken.

8. Sadio Mane Hat trick in 2 minutes.

Another football record that may never be broken is the Sadio Mane hat trick in 2 minutes. He is the player with the fastest hat trick after he score 3 goals in 2 minutes against Aston Villa in 2015.

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