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Football Records Yet to be Broken by Leo Messi

The name Lionel Messi strike terror into the hearts of the bravest defenders of his era. As he approaches the twilight of his career, journalists from all over the world have run out of superlatives to describe the divine Messi. Apparently, his former coach Pep Guardiola did have a tad bit of advice for them as he quoted those words.

“Don’t write about him. Don’t try to describe him: Just watch him.”

When people saw Pele and Maradona, they were sure they wouldn’t see anyone like them ever again. But then, Messi happened. And he has broken almost every other record that Pele and Maradona held for years. Out of them, some look like they will never be broken again. Here are the top 5 records Messi has yet to break in his career.

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Messi started his club career in 2004, aged 17. He was the youngest player to feature in a La Liga match for the Catalans until the record was broken by Bojan. Since then, Messi has come a long way, scoring countless times while breaking a number of records. The Argentine skipper is already the all time top scorer for Barcelona with a whopping tally of over 550 goals. Considering the fact that he has 4 to 5 years left under his belt, he could end up amassing an unimaginable number of goals.

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records yet to be broken by Leo Messi

However, Leo Messi is still behind Xavi Hernandez in the count of most appearances for the Catalans. Xavi has appeared 767 times for Barca from 1998 to 2015. Messi has appeared in over 600 matches for the Blaugrana. He can overcome Xavi’s gigantic number if he decides to stay at Barcelona for the rest of his career.

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