Messi might surpass a legendary Ronaldo mark
Lionel Messi, the star player of Paris Saint-Germain, has recently accomplished remarkable milestones, and he is on the verge of breaking yet another significant record.
Messi scored in PSG's most recent game against Nice to end his goal drought in Ligue 1. PSG's opening goal came from the Argentine striker, and the Ligue 1 superpower never looked back, eventually winning 2-0.
Messi has 494 goals in Europe's top five leagues. The seven-time Ballon d'Or winner is only two goals short of breaking Cristiano Ronaldo's record for most goals scored in Europe's top five divisions.
Messi's 494 goals in Europe's top five leagues were with Barcelona (474) and PSG (20). Contrarily, Ronaldo scored 495 goals in the top five leagues in Europe while playing for Real Madrid (311), Manchester United (103), and Juventus (81).
In the forthcoming Ligue 1 match between PSG and second-place team RC Lens at home, Messi will have an incredible opportunity to break this record. In PSG's conceivable 3-5-2 formation, he is anticipated to play with Kylian Mbappe up front.