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Messi is Not Yet Maradona: He Has Already Surpassed Him in Goals in World Cups But They Are Not So Decisive

Date: May 28, 2023 Time: 21:17:30

The PSG star has only scored one goal in World Cup qualifiers: it was this Saturday against Australia.

Diego Maradona or Messi? This question is still going on and it really depends on your tastes. For now, Leo has already surpassed Diego in terms of goals in World Cups. He scored a goal that helped Argentina advance to the quarterfinals of the World Cup in Qatar. But while Diego’s goals are more decisive, at this point in time, the 10 of the past have lifted the trophy with 10 of the present not yet having done so. Now it’s one step closer.

The door to the World Cup only opened once for Messi this Saturday, and his previous goals came in the group stage. Maradona, on the other hand, remains a legend not just for Italy — but also for Argentina. Some of his timeless photos continue to serve as examples: the infamous hand of God occurs during Argentina’s quarterfinal match during the 1986 World Cup in Mexico. Even earlier in that same tournament in the semifinals against Belgium, Diego Armando caught a ball and tapped it into an open net during Argentina’s 4-0 victory.

Diego Maradona’s famous goal, considered by many to be the best of all time, began with a series of dribbles that ended with a definitive dribble to the goalkeeper. Víctor Hugo Morales was an excellent narrator and described this play about it.

“There Maradona has it,” Morales said. “He scores two, Maradona steps on the ball, and starts his run to score the first one…”

Messi is expected to play a major role in this World Cup, as he’s already shown his impressive skill on the international stage. As a matter of fact, he’s already tied with Maradona for most all-time international appearances and tournaments won, so despite not having lifted any hardware yet, he still has a lot to prove compared to his Argentine counterpart.

This is true, Leo Messi has already matched the feat of two of Germany’s most celebrated players in world football. He only needs one more goal to surpass Lothar Matthäus and put himself in first place on the all-time list. Messi played his twenty-third game this Saturday at the Ahmad Bin Ali stadium in Al Rayyan and is on the verge of becoming the top scorer ever with this goal.

Paulo Maldini, the captain of the Italian national soccer team, scored an equalizer for his country against Argentina. The match still isn’t decided, so it will be between Klose (one) and Matthäus (two) in a quarterfinal match at Qatar 2022.

When Argentina played in the World Cup, Messi started in the second game. They beat Serbia and Montenegro 6-0, and he came on as a substitute. He was 19 years old when the tournament began, and he only started one of the three games. Compared to what happened during the 2010 tournament for which Diego Maradona led Argentina, he didn’t start all three games.

Here are several of the clues that’ll help you figure out how to say “The Argentine 10” in Spanish. The Argentine 10 is playing his fifth World Cup final phase in Qatar, like the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, who follows him among those who are present in the current edition with twenty games. This Monday they will play on the 21st against Switzerland.

Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor is a full-time editor for ePrimefeed covering sports and movie news.

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