How Messi Sets Up A High Standard For Himself As A World-Class Player In PSG Team

Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi found himself in a Paris Saint-German team. A move from FC Barcelona that anyone couldn’t believe or ever imagined. The Argentine struggled to find his rhythm as a professional genius in football. Haven’t scored so many goals in this PSG team. Only one league goal and three assists in thirteen games. It’s a shocking number of goal ratios while his eternal rival, Cristiano Ronaldo is working wonders in the most difficult and competitive league in the world.

Despite being mocked for not scoring goals. In a season where things went so awry for Leo, he still managed to set a high standard for himself at the French Club. In the Champions League, he has scored two goals from outside the box 18. His goal against Club Brugge makes it about 16 goals scored by him from outside the 18-yard box in 2021. These masterpiece goals from him display his excellence as a player. His goal tally in the Champions League has not been awful as well, five goals in five games.

Based on his high standard, Lionel Messi can make history at Paris Saint-German. He could become the master plan for the French Club to win the UEFA Champions League. Talk about dominating Europe in the next few years, it’s a huge possibility because this team has World Class players. Getting a pattern of play and working under an elite coach will only see Messi running riots in the French League.

Judging from the study of Lionel Messi’s runs of games for PSG. Not as bad as the media have portrayed it to be. Six goals and three assists in all competition is a decent number of statistics for a player in a new environment. To be more specific, Leo started the 2020/2021 season at Barcelona in a similar way. But guess what, he later went on to win the Ballon d’Or this year. It’s too early to write off Lionel Messi by his high standards.  

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