The 2021 have been full of entertaining goals from the English premier league, La Liga, German Bundesliga, Copa America, Euros competition, UCL and Europa League Cup. A lot of talented goals scorers have recorded amazing goals from the penalty spot, a long range strike and also from a set piece.
Messi And Argentina Fans: A Union That Began With Hope, Culminated In Sorrow, But Turns Into Victory
On a night that Lionel Messi was on fire in a performance that saw him score a hat-trick and break two records, it was something else that took the limelight. The 34-year-old was finally able to celebrate a trophy with the Argentina fans, and he could not contain his excitement.
The twenty first century football could not have been this interesting and competitive if not for Paris St German new recruit; Lionel Messi and Manchester United legend; Cristiano Ronaldo. The two footballers have broken and set new ones in nearly all the records in football. Ranging from assists, goals, to individual awards, the pair have given enough to the game of football and cannot be forgotten in a hurry.
Argentina faced Bolivia in their final game of the international break, they maintained their spot in second place in the CONMEBOL qualifications table. Lionel Messi was the man of the match after he scored a Hattrick, it was his 7th Hattrick for Argentina and his 55th career Hattrick.
The Argentine captain, Lionel Messi scored an astonishing Hatrick against Bolivia in the CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifier last night, to handed his side 3 goals to nil victory. He was a goal short of Pele's record prior to the match. Just 14 minutes into the game, he scored a fantastic goal from outside 18-yards box to levelled with the Brazilian legend on 77 goals, he went on to scored 2 more to become the highest international goalscorer in South America male football history.
Argentina's national team faced Bolivia in their 8th game of the South American 2022 World Cup qualification series, as they aimed to solidify their place in the second spot, with Brazil on top of the table, having won all their games. Photo Credit: @SUPERLM10_1 || Twitter App.
The Argentine captain, Lionel Messi was instrumental for his side against Bolivia in CONMEBOL FIFA World Cup Qualifier. His scintillating hatrick was enough for the reigning Copa America champions to secured the whole 3 points, in a match than ended 3 goals to nil. Leo opened the scoring in 14th minutes of the game to tied with Brazil legend Pele, who has previously holds the record for the most international goals (77) by South American.
Paris Saint-Germain star Lionel Messi lifted his first international trophy after winning the Copa America final after a 1-0 win against Brazil back in July this year. It was his first international trophy in 28 years. Photo credit: (Google screenshot) However, following Argentina 3-0 win over Bolivia on Thursday in their quest for World cup football next year, the Argentine revealed that winning the Copa America with Argentina was the "most difficult"triumph of his trophy-laden career.
Argentina legendary attacker Lionel Messi was spotted in tears after finally celebrating the Copa America title with Argentina fans on Friday morning in Buenos Aires. After Argentina players celebrated their Copa America title in front of almost 20,000 fans, Lionel Messi stole the show after scoring his 79th international career goal for Argentina, making history once again and surpassing the South American men's record held by Brazilian legend, Pele.
Messi was able to celebrate the triumph in the Copa America before his audience and also became the top scorer for South American teams, surpassing Pele's all-time top scorer record for South American teams. Lionel Messi could not contain the tears in his emotion after his hat-trick against Bolivia last night and the celebration in front of his audience for winning the Copa America.
Argentina's skipper, Lionel Messi, after several failed attempts, has revealed how the atmosphere in his home, following Argentina's triumph over Brazil in the Copa America final, has changed. In his well-decorated career, the six (6) times Ballon D'or winner, 'prior' to July 11, Lionel Messi had reportedly suffered from postmatch heartaches, as he had tried thrice to lead Argentina to an international glory to no avail.
Argentina and Lionel Messi was able to celebrate their COPA America trophy with their fans and family members at the stadium after beating Bolivia in their qualifying match last match. The spotlight was clearly on one man Lionel Messi who scored three times against Bolivia to become south American men all time highest goal scorer ahead of the legendary Brazilian Pele.
The six-time Ballon d'Or winner had to wait 16 years to carry a trophy for Argentina at the senior level, and he showed little emotion throughout the celebrations. Lionel Messi, who had previously lost four finals with Argentina, was pleased to have defeated his demons from the past.
There is news about football superstar Lionel Messi. In the early hours of Friday, September 10th Lionel Messi scored all three goals as Argentina beat Bolivia 3-0 in a 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier. In the 14th minute, Lionel Messi scored the first from a ball by Leandro Daniel Paredes to give them a lead going to the halftime break.
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Lionel Messi Hat-Trick puts Argentina through As They Beat Bolivia 3-0, While He Breaks Pele's Record
Lionel Messi scored a hat-trick to give Argentina a 3-0 win against Bolivia in a World Cup qualifier on Thursday, making him South America's top international scorer with 79 goals. The Argentine scored the first goal in the 14th minutes, curling the ball into the net from just outside the box.
Argentina finally had the chance to lift the Copa America trophy in front of 17,000 Argentine supporters at the Estadio Monumental for their 2022 World Cup qualifier against Bolivia, and Lionel Messi couldn't fight back his tears. The Paris Saint-Germain attacker led Argentina to Copa America victory earlier this summer, defeating Brazil at the Estadio Maracana to win his first championship with the Albiceleste.
PSG striker Lionel Messi shed tears of joy after scoring his 79th international goal on Thursday night, September 9 2021. He became South America's highest goalscoring footballer, a record once held by Pele. Messi scored a hat-trick in Argentina's World Cup qualifying win over Bolivia in Buenos Aires, which placed him two goals ahead of Pele who retired with 77 goals.
Lionel Messi rewrote the history books in the early hours of Friday morning with a well taken hattrick to see off Bolivia in the Argentina capital city - Buenos Aires. The Copa America holders welcomed the visit of Bolivia for their 8th game of the South America FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign, and it took just 14 minutes for the home fans to witness some Messi magic.
Lionel Messi was overtaken with emotion after achieving a "dream" by surpassing Pele of Brazil as the all-time best scorer for a South American country. Argentina cruised to a 3-0 victory over Bolivia in a CONMEBOL World Cup qualifier on Thursday, and Messi's hat-trick put him ahead of Pele