‘Goat rise’ Messi, ‘Like’ also reached first place in history…Breaking out both Ronaldo and Egg

Lionel Messi (35, Paris Saint-Germain), who has risen to the ranks of ‘GOAT (Greatest of all time)’, has set a new record for the most ‘likes’ on Instagram.

Messi’s Argentina won the 2022 FIFA World Cup finals in Qatar on the 19th (Korean time) after finishing 3-3 overtime with France and winning after a bloody penalty shootout, rising to the top of the World Cup in 36 years.

Messi’s ‘Last Dance’ shone splendidly. He scored the first goal with a penalty kick in the 23rd minute of the first half, followed by a multi-goal in the 3rd minute of the second half of extra time. Even in the fateful penalty shootout, Messi stepped up as the number one kicker and split the net to win the World Cup with his own hands. 메이저사이트

It was literally the coronation of Messi’s ‘God of Football’. In the meantime, he has swept all major tournament trophies, including seven Ballon d’Or awards, but he lacked a single World Cup trophy. However, Messi has finally put the last piece of the puzzle in place as he rises to the top of the world in an Argentine jersey.

Messi posted a photo of himself with the World Cup trophy he lifted for the first time on his social media account. He couldn’t hide his excitement, saying, “World champion! I’ve dreamed of it so many times, and I hoped I wouldn’t fall yet. I can’t believe it.”

Messi continued, “I sincerely thank my family and everyone who supports me and everyone who believes in us. We have proven once again that Argentines can achieve what they set out to do if they fight and unite together. Individual Our advantage over the , is the strength of everyone who fought for the same dream as all Argentines.”

As of 8:30 pm on the 20th, Messi’s post that made his dream come true exceeded 58.24 million ‘likes’. This is a number that exceeds the previous record of most ‘likes’ for a sports star (about 42.08 million) set by Cristiano Ronaldo and the most ‘likes’ record for Instagram (about 56.3 million).

Previously, the most ‘liked’ post was a photo of an egg uploaded by the account ‘world_record_egg’ as part of a social media campaign to raise awareness about mental health. Uploaded in January 2019, this egg has held the No. 1 spot for years, but lost the throne to Messi.