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Inspiring Football Records that May Never Ever be Broken

No matter the passage of time, there will always be incredible football records that never fail to awe and inspire. Players with incredible skill, focus and passion continue to challenge themselves and each other to set ever greater milestones that no one may be able to match. The most legendary of these records may remain forever unchanged, and will always be revered for their excellence in the sport. Football history is certain to keep its proudest records on proud display as we move ever forward into the future.

There are many football records that stand the test of time and may never be broken. These football records all point to remarkable skill and grit from the athletes, and are all certain to remain forever enshrined in history.

1. Messi 91 goals in one calendar year

The record of 91 goals in a single calendar year by legendary footballer Lionel Messi was nothing short of astounding. Every single match was an opportunity to marvel at the magician's skill and flair as he glided past defenders and executed unstoppable shots with unparalleled accuracy.

The magic that Messi brought to the field can be seen in each and every goal scored, cementing his status as one of the greatest footballers to have ever played the game. As the stats become harder and harder to beat, one thing is for certain - Lionel Messi's remarkable record will remain etched in history for generations to come.

2. Lewandowski’s 5 goals in 9 minutes

Lewandowski made history against Wolfsburg, when he scored 5 goals in 9 minutes! Fans erupted in cheers as each goal flew in from the back of the net. Not only had Lewandowski surpassed the team record, he had just put on an unprecedented performance for the entire world to witness. People across the globe were in awe of the skill, agility, and dedication it took for him to put those 5 balls in the back of the net in under 10 minutes. What a masterful display from one of the greatest footballers of all time!

3. Sadio Mané fastest premier league hat-trick in 2 minutes 56 seconds

Yes, that statement is correct. On May 5, 2019, Sadio Mané scored a hat-trick for Liverpool against Aston Villa in the English Premier League, with all three goals coming in a span of just 2 minutes and 56 seconds. This is the fastest hat-trick in the history of the Premier League, breaking the previous record of 4 minutes and 33 seconds set by Robbie Fowler for Liverpool against Arsenal in 1994.

4. Pele most World Cup medal

Pele won a total of three World Cup medals during his career. He won his first World Cup with Brazil in 1958, when he was just 17 years old. He played a key role in Brazil's victory, scoring two goals in the final against Sweden. He won his second World Cup with Brazil in 1962, although he was forced to leave the tournament early due to injury. Finally, he won his third World Cup with Brazil in 1970, playing a pivotal role in their victory and scoring four goals in the tournament.

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