Argentina Football World Cup- Lionel Messi leaves Barcelona

I was only 13 years old when I came here, and it was time to move on: We look back at his achievements in those 21 years at Barcelona. Messi confirmed his departure from Football Club Barcelona in an emotional press conference, ending a relationship that has lasted more than 20 years. The Argentine star holds all the major records in Football Club Barcelona’s history, according to the club’s website, and some of his records, such as his 91 goals in 2012, even world records.

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Of course, Messi is not just about quantity, but an infectious quality that is perhaps unparalleled in the history of soccer. Let’s take a look at the most important statistics from his time in Barcelona and recall some magical moments.

The story of Messi at Barcelona

Messi joined Football Club Barcelona in 2000 at the age of 13, signing his first contract on a napkin. He improved rapidly and made his first-team debut in a friendly against Porto on November 16, 2003, when he was just 16 years, 4 months, and 23 days old. Less than a year later, he made his official La Liga debut when he was substituted for Deco in the derby against local rivals Espanyol.

Messi’s magic moments

In the first goal, May 1, 2005, Messi received a pass from Ronaldinho and beat the Albacete goalkeeper to give the hosts a 2-0 win. March 10, 2007, a Clasico hat trick. Messi was now a key figure for the reigning European champions and introduced himself to the world with a hat-trick in a 3-3 draw with Real Madrid, scoring a last-minute equalizer.

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2012. In addition to winning the UEFA Champions League in 2011, Messi scored an incredible 91 goals in just 69 games. In the process, he broke the record of German international Gerd Müller with six goals in a calendar year. The MSN Treble. In 2015, Messi, along with fellow strikers Luis Suarez and Neymar, catapulted Barca to national and continental glory once again.

The Argentine forward scored 58 goals and 29 assists in 57 games in all competitions, including winning La Liga, as well as two goals in a 3-1 Copa del Rey final win over Athletic Club. This free kick on May 1, 2019: Barcelona hosted Liverpool in the semifinals of the Champions League Football, already leading 2-0, and Messi had scored for The club’s 599th goal was scored by the maestro in the 82nd minute with a free-kick from distance.

Personal record

Most goals in La Liga. 474 (520 appearances)

Most La Liga goals in a season: 50 (2011/12).

Most goals in a calendar year. 79 or 91, with goals for Argentina (2012).

Most La Liga hat tricks. 36

Record goals in UEFA Champions League group stage. 71

Most Argentine goals. 76

The farewell of Messi

It’s time to say goodbye. It’s been a long time coming. I was only 13 when I arrived here, a little boy. 21 years later, it’s time to move on. It’s been a long time coming. It’s hard to choose one moment, but maybe it was my debut. It was the beginning of everything, the realization of my dream. Everything that came after was wonderful. I will choose my debut when it starts.

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I’m very grateful to Barcelona and my career here, for the trophies I’ve won, for the failures that have helped me learn and grow. We had a lot more good times than bad, there were so many great moments, we won trophies. I have a lot of great memories. I would still love to win the Champions League again. We were so close to another final against Liverpool, and then we lost to Chelsea under Guardiola.

We could have won another Champions League Football or two. I want to win again, that’s one of my goals, to win the Champions League Football again. I want to try to be like Dani Alves and win everywhere I go. I will try to get close to the number of trophies he has.

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