Former Barcelona football club of Spain captain Lionel Andres Messi has broken Luis Suarez record, after netting a hat-trick in his country’s 3-0 victory over Bolivia national team in CONMEBOL World Cup qualifier.
The Paris Saint Germain football club of France star retained his spot in the home team’s starting eleven, and he was able to guide them to a remarkable victory.
Lionel Messi led Argentina’s attack alongside Lautaro Martinez and Angel Di Maria and the trio were superb for the host.
The six times Ballon D’or winner opened scoring for the home team in the 14th minutes to end the first half 1-0. He doubled the lead in the 65th minutes before the 34 years old completed his hat-trick in the 89th minutes to end the match 3-0.
With Lionel Messi’s hat-trick, it means he has broken Luis Suarez record;
“Messi BREAKS Luis Suarez’s record of most CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying goals with 26.”