Argentine star football player Lionel Messi, who was transferred to France’s Paris Saint-Germain team, could not contribute goals or assists in 190 minutes in 3 games.
The 34-year-old Messi, who left Barcelona at the beginning of the season and signed with PSG, could not contribute goals and assists in the Lyon and Reims matches he played in the French Ligue 1. In the UEFA Champions League, Messi, who stayed on the field for 90 minutes against the Belgian team Club Brugge, finished the match without contributing goals and assists to his team in this match.
Playing in two matches in the French Ligue 1, Messi also shared with PSG Technical Director Mauricio Pochettino that he was not satisfied with the change decision as he left the game in the 76th minute of the match played yesterday.
Growing up from the infrastructure of Barcelona, Messi played 778 matches in all lanes with the Spanish team, for which he played for 17 seasons, and aired the opponent’s nets 672 times.
Last month, Argentine star Lionel Messi became the South American player to score the most goals in international games, after scoring a “hat-trick” against Bolivia in the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers. Messi, who scored 79 goals in 153 games for the national jersey, surpassed Brazilian legend Pele to become the South American football player who scored the most goals in international matches. Pele, who wore the national jersey 92 times in his career, scored 77 goals.