Lionel Messi ‘bangs’ in 79 seconds…breaks record for fastest time to score

Argentina, ranked No. 1 by the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA), won a 2-0 friendly against Australia, ranked No. 29, on Friday at Gungren Stadium in Beijing, China, with Messi scoring just 79 seconds into the match. Argentina also 토토사이트 beat Australia 2-1 in the round of 16 at the World Cup in Qatar last December, with Messi opening the scoring in the 35th minute.

Enzo Fernandez won the ball in the opposition half and played it to Messi, who scored just 79 seconds into the game with a left-footed mid-range shot from the edge of the penalty area. Messi, whose contract with French club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) expires at the end of the month, will join Inter Miami of Major League Soccer (MLS).

Messi, who will celebrate his 24th birthday on June 24, has scored in seven consecutive A-match matches, including a goal against Australia in the Round of 16 at the World Cup in Qatar. Messi has now scored 103 goals in all competitions. Hermann Pessela (Real Betis) added a goal in the 23rd minute to give Argentina a 2-0 win.

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