Messi officially became the third-generation king, with Messi’s professional championship and data sheet attached
The first two generations of football champions recognized by the world football world are Pele and Maradona respectively. After the two, Messi officially became the third generation football champion, ending the situation of more than 30 years of fighting for hegemony and “peerless double arrogance”.
At the age of 35, Messi finally won the coveted World Cup championship and officially became the third-generation football king. Although he was full of honors before, it was always controversial to be called the king of the ball. This Hercules Cup is the most important one among Messi’s 42 career championships.
Messi was born in 1987, and his hometown is Rosario, Argentina. At a young age, Messi showed extraordinary football talent. He received youth training in La Masia of Barcelona and did not play in the first team of Barcelona. After 17 seasons, the player is currently a member of Paris Saint-Germain in Ligue 1.
Before Messi, the Argentine star Maradona was known as the king of football. He is recognized as the second-generation football king in the world. He represented Argentina in 1986 and won the second World Cup championship in team history. He showed in the game His mature skills and strong leadership skills are impressive.
Before Maradona, the recognized ball king was the only Pele who won three World Cup titles in the history of the World Cup. In the 1958 World Cup in Sweden, Pele, who was 18 years old, won the World Cup on behalf of the Brazilian team for the first time. In 1962, he He won this award with the team, and no team has been able to win the World Cup again; Pele’s third World Cup title was won in 1970, and he kept the “Rimite Cup”, which symbolized the World Cup championship at that time, permanently in Brazil .
Number of Messi’s career titles:
Messi’s career 42 championships:
5 national team championships:
world cup champion
America’s Cup Champion
Europe and America Cup Champion
Olympic Champion (Youth Team)
World Youth Championship (Youth Team)
37 club titles:
10 La Liga titles
4 Champions League titles
1 Ligue 1 champion
7 Copa del Rey champions
8 Spanish Super Cup titles
3 Club World Cup champions
3 European Super Cup champions
1 French Super Cup champion
Messi’s career statistics:
National team data:
98 goals and 53 assists in 172 games
World Cup data:
13 goals and 9 assists in 26 games
Barcelona: 672 goals and 305 assists in 778 games
Paris: 23 goals and 28 assists in 53 games