Messi overtook Puskás among the all-time top scorers with national teams

06-08-2022

The 10 all-time top scorers with national teams are:

  1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal): 117 goals in 188 games
  2. Ali Daei (Iran): 109 in 149
  3. Mokhtar Dahari (Malasia) 89 en 143
  4. LIONEL MESSI (ARGENTINA) 86 in 163
  5. Ferenc Puskás (Hungary) 84 en 89
  6. Kunishige Kamamoto (Japón) 80 en 84
  7. Godfrey Chitalu (Zambia): 79 en 111
  8. Hussein Saeed (Irak): 78 en 137
  9. Pelé (Brazil) 77 in 92 .
  10. Ali Mabkhout (United Arab Emirates) 76 in 92

Puskas, a relentless goalscorer, here in the Hungary shirt against Germany.

 

After today’s match, Messi also reached the number of goals scored by him in a match. His five goals against Bayern Leverkusen in the round of 16 of the 2011-12 Champions League were a record for the competition and for his performance, now matched by his performance in the match against Estonia.

Details of all the goals that Lionel Messi scored in the Argentine National Team

163 games
86 goals
48 assists
40 in friendlies
28 in Qualifiers
12 in Copa América
6 in World Cups

46 from play
23 from penalty
8 from free kick
7 with right
2 from header

0.5 goal average

 

all goals

1: 2-3 vs. Croatia (1/3/2006) Friendly

2: 6-0 vs. Serbia and Montenegro (6/16/2006) World Cup

3 and 4: 4-3 vs. Algeria (5/6/2007) Friendly

5: 4-0 vs. Peru (7/8/2007) Copa America

6: 3-0 vs. Mexico (7/11/2007) Copa América

7: 2-0 vs. Venezuela (10/16/2007) Qualifiers

8: 1-2 vs. Colombia (11/20/2007) Qualifiers

9: 4-1 vs. Mexico (6/4/2008) Friendly

10: 2-1 vs. Uruguay (10/11/2008) Qualifiers

11: 2-0 vs. France (2/11/2009) Friendly

12: 4-0 vs. Venezuela (3/28/2009) Qualifiers

13: 1-2 vs. Spain (11/14/2009) Friendly

14: 4-1 vs. Spain (09/07/2011) Friendly

15: 1-0 vs. Brazil (11/15/2010) Friendly in Qatar

16: 2-1 vs. Portugal (2/9/2011) Friendly

17:40vs. Albania (06/20/2011) Friendly

18: 4-1 vs. Chile (10/7/2011) Qualifiers

19: 2-1 vs. Colombia (11/15/2011) Qualifiers

20, 21 and 22: 3-1 vs. Switzerland (2/29/2012) Friendly

23: 4-0 vs. Ecuador (6/2/2012) Qualifiers

24, 25 and 26: 4-3 vs. Brazil (06/09/2012) Friendly

27: 3-1 vs. Germany (8/15/2012) Friendly

28: 3-1 vs. Paraguay (09/07/2012) Qualifiers

29 and 30: 3-0 vs. Uruguay (10/12/2012) Qualifiers

31: 2-1 vs. Chile (10/16/2012) Qualifiers

32: 3-0 vs. Venezuela (3/22/2013) Qualifiers

33, 34 and 35: 4-0 vs. Guatemala (6/14/2013) Friendly

36 and 37: 5-2 vs. Paraguay (9/10/2013) Qualifiers

38: 2-0 vs. Slovenia (06/07/2014) Friendly

39: 2-1 vs. Bosnia (6/15/2014) World Cup

40: 1-0 vs. Iran (6/21/2014) World Cup

41 and 42: 3-2 vs. Nigeria (6/25/2014) World Cup

43 and 44: 7-0 vs. Hong Kong (10/14/2014) Friendly

45: 2-1 vs. Croatia (11/12/2014) Friendly

46: 2-2 vs. Paraguay (6/13/2015) Copa América

47 and 48: 7-0 vs. Bolivia (9/4/2015) Copa America

49: 2-2 vs. Mexico (9/8/2015) Copa América

50: 2-0 vs. Bolivia (3/29/2016) Qualifiers

51, 52 and 53: 5-0 vs. Panama (6/10/2016) Copa América

54: 4-1 vs. Venezuela (6/18/2016) Copa América

55: 4-0 vs. United States (6/21/2016) Copa América

56: 1-0 vs. Uruguay (9/1/2016) Qualifiers

57: 3-0 vs. Colombia (11/15/2016) Qualifiers

58: 1-0 vs. Chile (3/23/2017) Qualifiers

59, 60 and 61: 3-1 vs. Ecuador (10/10/2017) Qualifiers

62, 63 and 64: 4-0 vs. Haiti (5/29/2018) Friendly

65: 2-1 vs. Nigeria (6/26/2018) Friendly

66 and 67: 5-1 vs. Nicaragua (6/7/2019) Friendly

68: 1-1 vs. Paraguay (6/19/2019) Copa América

69: 1-0 vs. Brazil (11/15/2019) Friendly

70: 2-2 vs. Uruguay (11/18/2019) Friendly

71: 1-0 vs. Ecuador (10/8/2020) Qualifiers

72: 1-1 vs. Chile (06/03/2021) Qualifiers

73: 1-1 vs. Chile (06/14/2021) Copa América

74 and 75: vs. Bolivia (6/28/2021) Copa América

76: vs. Ecuador (7/3/2021) Copa América

77, 78 and 79: vs. Bolivia (9/9/2021) Qualifiers

80: vs. Uruguay (10/10/2021) Qualifiers

81: vs. Venezuela (3/25/2022) Qualifiers

82, 83, 84, 85 and 86: vs. Estonia (5/6/2022) Friendly

The DTs who directed him in the Argentine National Team: José Pekerman (2005-2006), Alfio Basile (2006-2008), Diego Maradona (2008-2010), Sergio Batista (2010-2011) , Alejandro Sabella (2011-2014), Gerardo Martino (2014-2016), Edgardo Bauza (2016-2017), Jorge Sampaoli (2017-2018) and Lionel Scaloni (2018-up to the present).

 

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