Argentine captain Lionel Messi has led Argentina to the final of the FIFA World Cup, now it is reported that Messi will retire after the title match.
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FIFA World Cup in 2023 Lionel Messi The magic of is going on fiercely. The Argentinian veteran has scored five goals so far while showing an amazing game and along with this he also took his team to the finals. In the semi-finals, Argentina defeated Croatia’s strong team 3-0 to enter the final. However, after this match, such news has come out which can break the heart of Messi’s fans. There are reports that Messi may retire after the World Cup final.
According to Argentine media reports, the World Cup final to be held on December 18 will be Messi’s last international match. According to the news, 35-year-old Messi will say goodbye to the Argentina team after the final.
Messi will retire after the World Cup final
According to media reports, Messi said in a conversation with Argentina’s media firm Diario Deportivo Ole, ‘I am very happy to achieve this. I will end my World Cup journey by playing my last match in the final. Messi said that there is a need to celebrate on this occasion. Argentina has again reached the World Cup final. Messi said, ‘We saw difficult situations but today we showed a great game.’
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Messi’s amazing international record
Messi, who made his debut for Argentina in the year 2005, has performed unmatched in the last 17 years. This veteran player has scored 96 goals for Argentina. Messi’s performance in the World Cup has been unmatched. Messi has scored 19 goals/assists in 25 World Cup matches. This player has become player of the match 10 times. Messi has scored a total of 11 goals for Argentina in the World Cup and this player has become the top scorer for this country.
Messi would like to win his last match for Argentina and make the team the world champion. Argentina last won the World Cup in the year 1986. It is expected that the 36-year drought will end in Messi’s last match.