Football News: Messi breaks Pele’s goals record
Lionel Messi continues to turn water into wine with his consistency in world football. The PSG star broke the South American record of goals held by the legendary Pele of Brazil.
The Argentina captain scored a hattrick of goals as Argentina took Bolivia to the cleaners.
This feat means that he now has a total of 79 international goals two more than Pele.
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