The record that Messi can take from Luis Suárez in the Qualifiers

The record that Messi can take from Luis Suárez in the Qualifiers

The star Lionel Messicaptain of the Argentine national teamcould tonight before Ecuador equal and even snatch the record of top scorer by South American Qualifiers to his friend and Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez.

Between Thursday and Friday the road to the world of United States, Canada and Mexico 2026 with five commitments between the teams belonging to South American football.

The man from Rosario will have an important personal goal on the horizon: to become the team’s all-time top scorer. South American Qualifiersa record currently held by his friend the Uruguayan Suarez.

“La Pulga” is already the top scorer for national teams in South America, with 103 celebrations. At the global level it is Cristiano Ronaldowho holds the record with 123 celebrations with Portugal and will seek to expand it when facing Slovakia and Luxembourg in the qualifiers Euro 2024.

The footballer of inter miami of USA has 28 points per Qualifiers, and this currently places him as second in the ranking, just one behind the Uruguayan (29). The advantage for the Argentine during these days will be that he will have two games to be able to reach or surpass the record of Suarezwho will miss the games against Chili and Ecuador: the attacker of the Guild of Brazil He was not called by the coach Marcelo Bielsa.

The footballer who emerged in National and a successful passage through Barcelona He achieved that number of goals in 62 appearances, while Messi He did it in 60 games, although he also provided 11 assists.

After the match against Ecuadorthose led by lionel scaloni They will have another commitment five days later: on Tuesday, from 5 p.m., they will face each other at the height of Peace to Boliviateam trained by the Argentine Gustavo Costas and that he will begin his journey by visiting Brazil.

The list of the 10 top historical scorers in the South American Qualifiers:

– Luis Suárez (Uruguay): 29 goals.

– Lionel Messi (Argentina): 28 goals.

– Marcelo Moreno Martins (Bolivia): 22 goals.

– Alexis Sánchez (Chile): 20 goals.

– Hernán Crespo (Argentina): 19 goals.

– Marcelo Salas (Chile): 18 goals.

– Iván Zamorano (Chile): 17 goals.

– Edinson Cavani (Uruguay): 17 goals.

– Joaquín Botero (Bolivia): 16 goals.

– Agustín Delgado (Ecuador): 16 goals

Source: Ambito

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