Lionel Messi scored five goals last night in Argentina’s friendly victory over Estonia with a score of 5: 0.
The Argentine star on this occasion became the fourth best goal scorer in history at the level of the Nationals.
The seven-time Golden Ball winner reached the quota of 86 goals from 162 matches played with Argentina.
On this occasion, he passed the Hungarian legend, Ferenc Puskas, who had scored 84 goals.
Meanwhile, the Paris Saint-Germain footballer lags behind former Malaysian striker Mokhtar Dahari, who has 89 goals, and Iranian legend, Ali Daei, who has scored 109 goals.
Meanwhile, the list is led by the indisputable Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored twice last night in a duel with Switzerland.
CR7 has a total of 117 goals with Portugal, 31 more than Messi.
The former Barcelona footballer can cross Dahar very soon, but he will hardly catch up with Dae and Ronaldo, considering that he is 34 years old and is expected to retire from the National Team.