Top ten records in football: Messi 7 Golden Ball C Ronaldo 6 Champions League Golden Boots … Which do you think is the most difficult?

In world football, there are many records that are hard to break, such as Messi winning the European Golden Globe Award for seven times, Cristiano Ronaldo winning the Champions League Golden Boot for six times in a row, and Levan scoring five goals in nine minutes, etc. Next, let’s take stock of those records in world football. Which do you think is the most difficult to break?

Messi won seven European Golden Globe Awards & 91 goals of the year.

Messi won the Golden Globe Award in Europe seven times in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2019 and 2021, but many players, such as Ronaldo and Zidane, could not compete with Messi in this award. At present, Cristiano Ronaldo is the closest to the Golden Globe Award, and he has five Golden Globes.

Of course, Messi also has a goal record that is beyond the reach of future generations. In the natural year of 2012, Messi scored a total of 91 goals in various competitions, including 79 goals from the club (59 goals in La Liga, 13 goals in the Champions League, 5 goals in the King’s Cup and 2 goals in the Western Super Cup) and 12 goals from the Argentine national team.

Real Madrid Champions League three consecutive championships.

After the reform of the Champions League, Real Madrid was the first and only team to successfully defend its title, which shows the difficulty of the Champions League. To be exact, Real Madrid won three consecutive championships in 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18. In addition, the Champions League champion in 2013-14 season was also Real Madrid, who won the Champions League four times in five years.

AC Milan League is unbeaten in 58 games.

At its peak, the Rossoneri had many stars. From the last round of the 1990-91 season to the 1992-93 season, they created an unbeaten record of 58 Serie A games, including the whole 1991-92 season. This is also the longest unbeaten record of the five major leagues, which is close to Bayern’s 53 unbeaten Bundesliga games and Arsenal’s 49 unbeaten Premier League games.

Lewan scored 5 goals in 9 minutes.

In football, it is extremely difficult to score 5 goals in a single game, and it is even harder to imagine if you can finish it in 9 minutes. Lewan did this on September 23rd, 2015. In the match between Bayern and Wolfsburg, Lewan, who came off the bench, scored five goals in succession from the 51st minute to the 60th minute. He also set a record for the Bundesliga to score three goals, four goals and five goals in a single game. In addition, this is also the record for the Bundesliga substitute players to score the most goals on the court.

Cristiano Ronaldo won the Champions League Golden Boot six times in a row.

From the 2012-13 season to the 2017-18 season, Cristiano Ronaldo was the top scorer in the Champions League in each of the six seasons, scoring 12 goals, 17 goals, 10 goals, 16 goals, 12 goals and 15 goals respectively, among which Real Madrid won the championship four times. In the 2013-14 season, Cristiano Ronaldo scored 17 goals in the Champions League in a single season. At present, Ronaldo has 140 goals in the Champions League, which is also the first in history.

Ancelotti coached all five European league champions.

Last season, Carlo Ancelotti led Real Madrid to win the La Liga and Champions League, among which winning the La Liga title also brought him the honor of coaching five major leagues and winning league titles. The specific winning years are as follows: in 2003-04, he coached AC Milan to win the Serie A championship, in 2009-10, he coached Chelsea to win the Premier League championship, in 2012-13, he coached Paris Saint-Germain to win the Ligue 1 championship, in 2016-17, he coached Bayern to win the Bundesliga championship, and in 2021-22, he coached Real Madrid to win the La Liga championship.

Ronaldo’s youngest World Footballer of the Year and European Golden Globe winner.

Ronaldo was only 20 years old when he won the World Footballer of the Year for the first time, and he was the youngest player in history. The following year, he won the World Footballer of the Year again and won the European Golden Globe Award. He was 21 years old that year. Better than Messi, who won seven Golden Globes, can’t break Ronaldo’s record.

Mourinho coached the league unbeaten at home for 9 years.

From February 2002 to April 2011, the team coached by Mourinho has never lost in 150 league home games. Among them, he has coached Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid, spanning Portuguese Super League, Premier League Serie A and La Liga. In these nine years, he has won 125 wins and 25 draws in 150 league home games.

Fontaine World Cup 13 goals in a single session

This is a distant record. In the 1958 World Cup, French striker Fontaine scored 13 goals in six games. How hard is this record to break? Klose, the top scorer in the history of the World Cup, scored 16 goals in 24 games in 4 World Cups, and Ronaldo scored 8 goals in a single World Cup in 2002, which is the best record since 2000.

Cheney scored 131 goals in his career as a goalkeeper.

Former Sao Paulo goalkeeper Cheney, with excellent free kick skills, scored 21 goals in a single season, and he was also the first goalkeeper to score 100 goals in history. Among his 131 goals, 68 were penalties, 62 were direct free kicks, and one was a sports goal.