Incredible Milestones Achieved by Lionel Messi – The Ultimate PSG Star’s Journey to 700 Goals

Lionel Messi is renowned as one of the greatest footballers in history, having written his name into the record books with incredible achievements throughout his incredible career. The PSG jersey-clad star has already achieved everything there is to win in the game and stands out as one of the most successful players ever.

The Argentinian’s astonishing journey began at Barcelona, where he was part of a lethal attacking trio alongside Neymar and Luis Suarez. This period marked a period of unprecedented success for Barcelona and Messi was at the forefront of that unprecedented success. His goalscoring exploits saw him break countless records, with no fewer than 700 strikes during his time in Spain an all-time record for any professional footballer. He also won a remarkable 10 La Liga titles during his time with Barcelona, four UEFA Champions League titles, six Copa del Rey Cups and three FIFA Club World Cup triumphs – making him one of the most decorated players ever to have graced the game.Messi milestone tracker: PSG star reaches 700 career club goals, plus ALL his records

Moreover, Messi has also enjoyed considerable success for Argentina, winning gold medals at both the 2008 Olympics and 2014 World Cup Finals. This extraordinary achievement saw him become only the third man to have won both Olympic gold and a World Cup winner’s medal – joining Pele and Diego Maradona amongst an exclusive group of just three elite footballers that have accomplished this feat.

The PSG superstar’s legendary status was further reinforced by two individual accolades; firstly, he was awarded six prestigious Ballon d’Or awards – including five consecutive awards from 2009 to 2013 which made him unmatched in that particular historic achievement. Secondly, he holds an impressive 33 Guinness World Records – including those for Most Goals Scored in a Calendar Year (91) and Most Career Goals Scored For A National Team (70).

Messi has been a powerhouse in the professional soccer world, but one tournament he hasn’t yet won is the Coupe de France. Unfortunately for him and his fans, that piece of silverware will have to wait another season after Marseille’s Feb. 8 victory over PSG put an end to Messi’s dream of winning every competition he competed in. Despite PSG’s loss, Messi still had a phenomenal season in the PSG jersey, scoring 25 goals and assisting on 17 others in 33 league games. He was also instrumental in PSG’s Champions League semifinal run that year.

For now, it looks like Messi will have to wait for another shot at winning his first Coupe de France title. But with all the success he has achieved thus far, you can be sure he won’t stop until he does claim every trophy available to him. That is why fans around the world continue to cheer for Lionel Messi – his determination and willingness to win are unrivaled by any other soccer star out there today.