Lionel Messi Sets another Career Record

June 15, 2023
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Lionel Messi scored his quickest goal of his career in Argentina’s game against Australia.

Lionel Messi Sets another Career Record

Lionel Messi gets the quickest goal of his career, finding the net in just 80 seconds of Argentina’s match against Australia following his mega-money move to Inter Miami.

Argentina’s Lionel Messi scored a remarkable goal for his side against Australia in just 80 seconds, the fastest goal in his illustrious career.

Messi, making his debut appearance for MLS club Inter Miami, punished the Socceroos for allowing him a yard of space on the edge of the area, scoring low past Mat Ryan.

It was a flawless finish for the 35-year-old and the fastest goal of his career, topping the 127 seconds he needed to score for Barcelona against Chelsea in the Champions League back in 2018.

Argentina is on a post-season tour of Asia and has prepared a quality team to play the team they knocked out in the World Cup last-16, which they went on to win in Qatar.

On Monday, the world champions will face Indonesia in Jakarta.

Messi landed in the Far East after bidding farewell to Paris-Saint Germain after a two-year spell in the French capital.

After spending 21 years in Spain, he struggled to adjust in France, and his celebrity pairing with Kylian Mbappe and Neymar did not have the expected impact, with PSG failing to compete for the Champions League.

Lionel Messi made another record of his career as he scored faster Goal of his Life

Messi was connected with a mega-money move to Saudi Arabia, where Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema play, as well as a return to Barcelona, but chose to play in the United States instead.

‘I’m not going back to Barça, I’m heading to Inter Miami,’ he declared in a statement to Mundo Deportivo.

‘I’ve made the choice to travel to Miami. I still haven’t finished it completely. I’m missing certain details, but we’ve agreed to keep going. If the Barcelona incident didn’t come out, I wanted to leave Europe, get away from the spotlight, and spend more time with my family.’

Messi, who turns 36 at the end of the month, had all but ruled out a move to the United States after his family had set their hearts on a return to Barcelona, but that became impossible due to the club’s financial situation – and the player has decided to take the Miami offer over the astronomical sums proposed by Al-Hilal.

The family already owns a home in Miami, and relocating there has cost them the Saudi contract, which would have paid more than $214 million each season for two seasons with the possibility of a third.

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