UEFA Champions League: Lionel Messi breaks another record

Berlin. Lionel Messi, the Argentine footballer for Paris Saint-Germain, broke another record in the Champions League. He scored against Israel’s Maccabi Haifa (3-1) on Wednesday, but has scored against 39 different teams in the most prestigious European competition. Goal.

At the same time, he became the first player in history to score in 18 consecutive Champions League seasons.

The 35-year-old striker topped the all-time charts by surpassing his rival, Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored with precision against 38 different teams.

The current Portuguese winger Manchester United has only played in the Europa League this season.

In Haifa, however, Paris Saint-Germain had a tough time, but the home side lost the favourites.

In the 24th minute, Chery made a cross from the right.

The home side leapt forward with a full-on attack from Messi-Killian-Mbappe-Neymar and took the lead even before the break.

After Mbappe cleared the siege, he passed the ball to Messi in the middle, and in the second half, Mbappe and Neymar scored.

However, the home team has been threatening, and Suriname’s representative Chery is particularly dangerous.

“We have to improve. We have to keep working. We are working, but that has to be reflected in our games and results because after the international break Microsoft can turn things around faster,” Mbappe told uefa.com.

Thanks to a goal from their star Trident, Paris Saint-Germain lead Group H by one point over Benfica, who won 2-1 in Turin.

“The fact that we can decide the game is our advantage. I hope we can keep scoring because we won the game,” Mbappe added.

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