Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Batistuta surprised by the delayed Messi delayed the record

The Argentine's highest scorer, Lionel Messi, will break one day, there was no doubt Gabriel Batistura However, the former Barcelona star was surprised to take more time to forward this.

Messi broke the record of Batmanutu in June last year. So far, with the national team playing 118 matches, Argentina scored 58 goals. There is no doubt that the 30-year-old star will take the record much further.

From 1991 to 2002, Batista, who played at international level, scored 54 goals in 77 appearances. There Messi played the record 
of 112 matches.
Bolivia has played in the second half of the second half of the season as a substitute, and Argentina's star forward Lionel Messi returned from injury a few days ago. Photo: Reuters
In this context, 48-year-old Bativatuta told FIFA magazine, "For five to six years, I was seeing that it was going to be. Actually, I thought, he would make a record long ago. "

Former player Aaron Corpso (35), who is third on the list of Argentine goalkeepers, is followed by Messi and Bativutta. The goalscorers are legendary Diego Maradona (34), Sereno Aguero (34) and Gonzalo Higuain (31).

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