7 Records In Football That Might Not Be Broken

Throughout its history, the sport of football has been witness to a great deal of activity. The unthinkable has occurred in the past, even though many people believe it will never happen again.

Some records have been set by certain players, and many people feel that those records will never be broken again. These are some of the records that may never be broken:

1. Most goals scored in a calendar year

Lionel Messi, a former player for Barcelona and a legend in the sport, scored a combined 91 goals for his club and country in the calendar year 2012. Since then, no other player has come close to matching this mark, and no other record has even come near.

2. Most international goals

Recent events have led to Cristiano Ronaldo being recognized as the player with the most goals scored in the history of international competition. Ronaldo has 115 goals in 186 total games played. He first surpassed the previous record, which stood at 106. Up until this point, no player has scored more than 90 goals.

3. The most medals won at the World Cup.

The legendary Brazilian football player Pele has won three of the country’s total of five World Cups. Brazil has been victorious in the competition all five times.

4. Most goals scored in the English Championship

Aleksandar Mitrovic, a striker for Fulham, played in all 44 of his team’s games and scored 43 goals, helping Fulham earn promotion to the Premier League for the upcoming season.

5. Most goals in La Liga

With 474 goals scored in La Liga, Lionel Messi has established himself as the all-time leading striker in the competition’s history.

6. Longest goal ever scored

In 2014, Asmir Begovic scored a record-setting goal for Stoke City against Southampton by directing a long kick into the back of the net. His wind-aided goal ended up being 91.9 meters in length (301ft 6in).

7. Most saves in a World Cup match

Tim Howard, the former United States’ goalie at the 2014 World Cup, was unlucky to play for the losing team in the round of 16. After tying the record with 16 saves, the United States ultimately lost in overtime by a score of 2-1.

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