Lionel Messi had a great day on Sunday when Argentina beat Estonia 5-0 in a friendly. Messi scored five goals.
Messi scored the first goal when he was given a penalty in the eighth minute. He then scored his second goal just before halftime. After halftime, the PSG star scored three more goals to top off a stunning performance.
Messi now has 86 goals for Argentina, which puts him ahead of Hungary’s Ferenc Puskás on the list of the best men’s international scorers of all time.
Messi is now in fourth place, three goals behind Mokhtar Dahari of Malaysia. Ali Daei of Iran is second with 109 goals, and Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal is first with 117 goals.
Messi scored five goals in a game for the second time in his career. The first time was in 2012 when Barcelona beat Bayer Leverkusen 7-1 in the Champions League.