Ronaldo Joins Lionel Messi in the Unique World Cup Record

Ronaldo Joins Lionel Messi in the Unique World Cup Record

Ronaldo Joins Lionel Messi’s World Cup Record

Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo joined rival Lionel Messi in a unique World Cup record, becoming the eighth player in the world to play at least one match in five editions of the mega event.

He made his World Cup debut in 2006, after which he was part of his team in the events played in South Africa, Brazil, and Russia. Until yesterday’s match against Ghana, Ronaldo played a total of 18 matches in the World Cup. And scored 8 goals.

Ronaldo Joins Lionel Messi in the Unique World Cup Record
Ronaldo Joins Lionel Messi in the Unique World Cup Record

Also Read: Messi vs Ronaldo: Their Last 2022 FIFA World Cup

Earlier, the goal machine Lionel Messi surpassed the legendary footballer Diego Maradona to become the first Argentinian to score in 4 different World Cups and the fifth footballer in the world.
In the Football World Cup, Argentina faced an upset defeat at the hands of Saudi Arabia, but on the other hand, Lionel Messi was definitely able to make history.

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The number of goals scored by Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in the FIFA Football World Cups is also equal, both of them have scored 7, 7 goals so far. Messi and Ronaldo debuted in the mega event in 2006. The exciting race is on.

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