, Lion messi's World Cup-winning Instagram post is surpassed Christiano Ronaldo's record -

Lion messi’s World Cup-winning Instagram post is surpassed Christiano Ronaldo’s record

FIFA World Cup 2022: With Argentina’s victory over Qatar on Sunday, Lionel Messi and the La Albiceleste wrote history. In a nail-biting match at the Lusail Stadium, Lionel Scaloni’s team stunned the reigning champions France 4-2 on penalties.

As he led his side to victory, Argentina’s renowned player Lionel Messi finally won his desired championship. Messi, however, continues to rule off the field as well, as his Instagram post broke numerous records.

Messi posted photos of the World Cup championship celebration on his Instagram account with the caption “WORLD CHAMPIONS!!!!!!!”. The 35-year-old gave additional thanks to his family and supporters for supporting them throughout the competition.

In the caption, the Argentine skipper added, “I can’t believe it; I fantasized about it so frequently and wanted it so badly that I haven’t fallen yet. I would like to express my gratitude to my family, my supporters, and everyone who had faith in us.

We show once more that Argentines can accomplish their goals when they fight together and as a united front. The strength of everyone battling for the same dream, which was also the dream of all Argentines, belongs to this collective, which is superior to individualities. We succeeded!”

The post significantly broke the mark for a sportsperson’s most-liked Instagram post. By Monday night, the post with images of Argentina’s team from the World Cup-winning night had received 47 million likes. Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi’s on-field opponent, had previously held the record. It’s interesting to note that Messi and the Portuguese captain were both playing chess in Ronaldo’s post. Since it was shared on November 19th, the article has received 41.9M likes as of December 19th.

An intense World Cup championship game saw Argentina upset France. La Albiceleste won the first half of the game handily, scoring two goals as France struggled mightily. The defending champions were also in a race against time in the second half before Mbappe shocked Argentina with two goals. When both sides scored, the game entered overtime and proceeded to penalties. The 1986 champions scored four goals, compared to the 2018 champions’ two.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *