Lionel Messi (35, Paris Saint-Germain) had a perfect coronation ceremony as ‘Emperor’. In the 5th World Cup of his career, he lifted the championship trophy and achieved everything that he could achieve as a soccer player.

In the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar World Cup final held at the Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar on the 19th (Korean time), Argentina drew 3-3 through extra time and won the match by 4K2 after a penalty shoot-out.

Messi led the attack by scoring multiple goals that day, and calmly finished as the first kicker in the penalty shootout.

Argentina has reached the top of the World Cup for the third time in 36 years since Mexico in 1986.

Messi, who first participated in the World Cup in 2006 in Germany, solved his grievance in his fifth challenge. Messi smiled brightly while embracing the Golden Ball given to the best player of the tournament along with the FIFA championship cup. Messi wrote a new history by being the first player to win the Golden Ball twice (2014, 2022) in the World Cup.

Messi, who was called the best player in the world, had nothing to do with the World Cup stage. He first reached the final in the 2014 tournament in Brazil, but had to be content with a runner-up place after losing to Germany at the time. It was an atmosphere where the football god did not allow Messi to participate in the World Cup.

However, in fact, Messi, who announced his retirement from the national team at the end of this tournament, performed a splendid ‘last dance’ on the final World Cup stage and lifted the trophy.

Messi has written many great records.

He became the first player in World Cup history to score goals from the group stage to the round of 16, quarterfinals, semifinals and even the final. Messi, who scored 7 goals, failed to win the top scorer (Golden Boot) title behind Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain), who scored 8 goals, but shone the most.토토

In addition, Messi, who played the 26th game of the World Cup finals, surpassed German legend Lothar Matheus (61, 25 games) and set a new record for the most appearances in the finals.

Furthermore, through this win, he became the first player to reach the top of the Ballon d’Or, the European Football Federation Champions League (UCL), the World Cup, and the Olympics.

Messi climbed to the top of the UCL in 2006, 2009, 2011, and 2015 while playing for FC Barcelona, ​​the Spanish professional football club. It has been awarded seven times, including in 2021 and 2021. He won a gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics as a member of the Argentine national team.

Messi, who was always compared to Argentinian legend Diego Maradona, but regretted that there was no World Cup, finally stood tall as a ‘legend’ with this victory. Like Pele and Maradona, Messi was able to smile brightly as he reached the top at the World Cup in Qatar.