Lionel Messi scored to help PSG win Ligue 1, beat Ronaldo to become the No. 1 scorer in the history of Europe’s top 5 leagues and equaled Dani Alves’ 43 titles.
When referee Jerome Brisard blew the whistle to end the match at the Stade de la Meinau, within the framework of the 37th round of Ligue 1 on the night of May 27 (the morning of May 28, Hanoi time), the home players Strasbourg and PSG all celebrated with a 1-1 draw .
Strasbourg officially won the right to relegation, while PSG successfully defended the title of French football championship 1 round early.
Amid the passionate atmosphere created by fans on both sides in the stands, Messi shook hands with his opponents, giving hugs to teammates Vitinha, Donnarumma and Juan Bernat, as well as coach Christophe Galtier.
That’s Messi , always appearing at the right time. Despite going through a season with many problems, Leo still knows how to shine to help PSG win the title.
The Argentina captain scored the opening goal with a ball from Kylian Mbappe’s pass and then finished with his left foot near the wall (veteran striker Kevin Gameiro equalized for Strasbourg).
Not only scoring, Messi also had an excellent performance in 90 minutes. He had two classy passes that put Mbappe in a situation where he faced the home team’s goalkeeper Matz Sels, but both missed them unbelievable (in the 10th minute, Kylian took the initiative to pass the man who was blocked by the Belgian goalkeeper; 70 minutes). , he kicked out at a distance of more than 5 m).
Thus, after two seasons in France, Messi and PSG won the Ligue 1 title. This is also the 9th victory of the Parisian team in the last 11 seasons.
The day Messi surpassed Ronaldo
How to judge Leo Messi’s season? The general impression that he left is that of a player who has not yet fully developed his talents.
What Messi has just done at the Stade de la Meinau reflects that, from emotional touches, fine passes to direct scoring.
Statistics partly speak for Messi’s image. The Argentina captain has just scored his 21st goal in all competitions for PSG this season, including 16 goals in Ligue 1.
In addition, “La Pulga” also has 20 assists (16 in Ligue 1), a spectacular achievement that not every player competing in the French championship can achieve.
Messi also conquered a new history with a goal against Strasbourg. Accordingly, he set a record of scoring 496 career goals in the 5 biggest European championships (England, Spain, Italy, Germany and France).
Messi’s record includes 474 goals for Barca in La Liga, along with 22 goals in Ligue 1.
The old record of 495 goals was set by Cristiano Ronaldo in Premier League, La Liga and Serie A tournaments.
Nothing means more to Messi than setting a new milestone in his career, the day he personally helped PSG win the French football championship for the 11th time.
Messi set a record with 577 matches. Meanwhile, Ronaldo needs 626 matches to get a record of 495 goals.
PSG’s glory days put Messi on par with close friend Dani Alves – who is in trouble with the law – sharing a record of 43 different trophies.
Messi’s career is constantly conquering records. When he’s at his best, almost no limit can stop him.
French fans will now only get to see Messi’s last dance – the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner – next Saturday at the Parc des Princes, against Clermont.