Lionel Messi’s team reached the final of the FIFA World Cup in 2014 but could not win the title and now Messi would like to fill that gap this time.
Qatar’s Lusail Stadium is hosted the final match of the FIFA World Cup-2022.
With this match, Messi has made a record in his name.
Messi is part of Argentina’s starting XI in the final. With this, he has become the player with the most 26 matches in the history of the World Cup.
In this case, Messi has left behind Germany’s Lotha Mattheus, who played 25 matches in the World Cup.
Germany’s Miroslav Klose is at number three, who played 24 matches for Germany in the FIFA World Cup. Italy’s Paulo Maldini participated in 23 matches of the World Cup.
Messi’s country’s Diego Maradona and Germany’s Uva Zeila have the record of playing 21-21 matches in the World Cup.
Argentina won its last World Cup in 1986. Earlier he was successful in winning the World Cup in 1978.