Lionel Messi made history multiple times in Paris Saint-Germain’s 1-1 draw against RC Strasbourg Alsace on Saturday at the Stade de la Meinau Strasbourg.
PSG securing the draw allowed the French giants to clinch their 11th Ligue 1 title, the most in league history. Furthermore, Messi reached former PSG defender Dani Alves’ mark as the player with the most titles in football history with 43.
🇦🇷🐐 Lionel Messi alcanzó la marca de Dani Alves como el jugador con MÁS TÍTULOS (43) en la historia del fútbol.
🏆 Liga de España (10).
🏆 Supercopa de España (8).
🏆 Copa del Rey (7).
🏆 Champions League (4).
🏆 Mundial de Clubes (3).
🏆 Supercopa de Europa (3).
🏆 Ligue 1… pic.twitter.com/7PHA6PgC1r
— dataref (@dataref_ar) May 27, 2023
It’s been a 2022-23 season filled with the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner as he also became Argentina’s top goal scorer in the World Cup competition as Messi overtook Gabriel Batistuta’s previous record of 10 goals, which he scored at the 1994, 1998 and 2002 World Cups.
Messi has one more Ligue 1 contest this season and he’s two assists shy of tying the league’s single-season assist record, which former PSG star Angel Di Maria holds with 18 assists.