What does Messi need to equal Ronaldo in the list of the best international scorers in history?


Argentine star Lionel Messi needs to score 29 goals in the Tango shirt in the coming years, to be equal with Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo in the list of the most scored players with their national teams in international matches, if the latter is unable to score any other goals.


Messi raised his score of international goals to 88, after his two goals with Argentina against Honduras during the last friendly match, which ended with Tango winning 3-0, to strengthen his presence in fourth place in the list of players who scored the most goals with national teams.


Only one goal separates Al-Barghout from the third place in the list of the most international records, occupied by Malaysian Mukhtar Dhari with “89 goals”.


The Argentine national team will meet with its Jamaican counterpart, which is scheduled to be held at two in the morning on Wednesday, as part of Tango’s preparations for the start of the 2022 World Cup.


Argentina vs Jamaica match time


The match between Argentina and Jamaica will be held at 2 am on Wednesday, on the Saudi sports channel SSC, as part of Tango’s preparations for the World Cup in Qatar.


Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni seeks to make the most of the friendly friction to find the most suitable squad for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which is scheduled to start on November 20.


Top 10 international scorers in history.. Ronaldo tops and Messi fourth


The list of the top 10 scorers at the international level, according to Transfer Market, is as follows:

1- Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) – 117 goals – 188 games


2- Ali Daei (Iran) – 109 goals – 148 games


3- Mukhtar Al Dhaheri (Malaysia) – 89 goals – 142 matches


4- Lionel Messi (Argentina) – 88 goals – 163 games


5 – Ferenc Puskas (Hungary) – 84 goals – 89 games


6- Ali Mabkhout (UAE) – 80 goals – 104 games


7 – Sunil Chhetri (India) – 80 goals – 126 games


8 – Godfrey Chitalu (Zambia) – 79 goals – 111 games


9 – Hussein Saeed (Iraq) – 78 goals – 137 games


10 – Pele (Brazil) – 77 goals – 92 matches


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