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10 Football Records That Ronaldo And Messi May Never Break.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are unquestionably the greatest football players of our generation, but regardless of their accomplishments, there are some soccer records that they are unlikely to change until they depart from professional football. Here's a list of ten of them.

1.  Fastest Hattrick:Tommy Ross holds the record for the fastest hat trick in football.

In a game against Nairn County in 1964, he scored three goals in ninety seconds for Ross County.


2. Most Completed Dribbles In A World Cup Match:

With his 15 dribbles in opposition against Italy in the 1994 World Cup match, Nigeria's Austin 'Jay-jay' Okocha holds the record for most completed dribbles in a world cup tournament.


3. Five Goals Scored In Nine Minutes:

In 2015, Robert Lewandowski came on to score five goals in nine minutes as Bayern Munich overcame Wolfsburg by a score of five to one.


4. Most Goals Scored In A World Cup Tournament:

In the 1958 FIFA World Cup encounter, France's simple Fontaine scored a total of 13 goals, a record that has yet to be surpassed.


5. Fastest Goal At The World Cup:

The fastest global cup goal ever scored is Hakan Sukur's eleven-second strike in Turkey's 1-0 win against South Korea in the 2002 international cup event.


6. Most Hat-tricks:

In his playing career, Pele scored 92 hattricks, a record that no other player has matched.


7. Most World Cup Goals:

With 16 goals in the World Cup, Germany's Miroslav Klose holds the record for most goals scored.


8. 5 Headers Scored In A Single Match:

During his playing days, Pele's father, Dondinho, scored five headers in a single match.


9. Most Goals Scored By A Player In A Single International Match:

In a 2002 international cup qualifier, Australia defeated American Samoa 13-0, with Archie Thompson scoring thirteen goals.


10. Longest Headed Goal:

Samuelsen of Norway holds the record for the longest headed goal in football history. In September 2011, he scored a spectacular header for Grenland against Tromso from a distance of 58.13 meters.


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