Lionel Messi’s career goals

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Lionel Messi has scored goals in all colors for FC Barcelona, PSG and the Argentine National Team. On May 1, 2005, he scored his first goal for the Catalan team in a LaLiga match against Albacete. Since then, he has not stopped scoring, surpassing legends like Telmo Zarra, Raul Gonzalez, and Hugo Sanchez to become the top scorer in the Spanish league.

He has, however, scored goals not just in the national championship but also with his national team and in international tournaments such as the Champions League, the FIFA Club World Cup, and the European Super Cup. In the previous article, his clash with Cristiano Ronaldo was described as “the most spectacular duel in football history.”

A new chapter for the Argentine great, who has left FC Barcelona to embark on a new journey in Paris, specifically with the PSG jersey. In addition to continuing to add goals, assists, and other trophies to his record, he will share a dressing room alongside Neymar, Di Mara, and Sergio Ramos, among others.

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The most important Lionel Messi statistics with PSG, including games played, goals scored, and the average in official competitions in which the Argentine competes, are below:

Messi has spent his whole sporting career with FC Barcelona. The Canterano-Cule, who was raised in the Masia, joined the first team at the age of 16 and made his debut against Jose Mourinho’s Porto in a friendly match on November 16, 2003. We look at his stats as a Barcelona player in several national and European events.

When all of Lionel Messi’s records are added together, he has a total of 762 goals in 970 games played. He has a 0.80 goals-per-game average and is already among the top six scorers in the sport’s history.

The importance of assists in scoring a goal cannot be overstated. The ‘Flea’ not only scores goals but also hands them over on a silver platter. Throughout his career, Leo has totaled 304 assists. In fact, despite the fact that the data is only reliable from the twenty-first century, he is the most valuable assistant in football history.

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In his whole career, Lionel Messi has scored 47 hat tricks. He’s also done six “pokers” and a “reporter,” numbers that only a few forwards have accomplished. The forward’s scoring statistics have earned him the title of best footballer numerous times. 

He has been named the Golden Boot winner up to six times, claiming to be the best continental gunner. The culé youth squad has won a total of six Ballons d’Or, making him the player with the most wins, ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo.

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