A new challenge looms in Lionel Messi’s career in Paris. His arrival at PSG puts him in an unbeatable position to triumph in the season, break records and lift another Champions League alongside Mbappé and Neymar in attack. But nevertheless, What will be your role in the most dangerous trident in world football today?
Lionel has proven to be a virtuoso in both assisting and scoring. Free kick, play, left, right, volley, poking, penalty, head, Chilean. A repertoire full of celebrations and goals that have made him a real threat to the rival. On the other hand, his ability to pass the ball and leave his teammates in a goal situation is no less. The 672 goals and 288 assists in Barcelona confirm what has been said.
The second most attended player in Barcelona was Neymar. Just one of the members of the trident who will have fun in the Park of the Princes. Messi gave the Brazilian crack a total of 20 passes for him to convert. Only Luis Suárez, the final member of the remembered MSN, surpasses Ney in this area, as he received 39 assists from the Argentine star.
With Messi on the right and Ney on the left, Kylian Mbappé will occupy the role of center forward to take advantage of the plays that the number ’10’ of their respective teams generate from the wings. The Frenchman does not stop surprising the world with his speed and ease of scoring, which led him to win a World Cup at just 18 years old. In his last season in Ligue 1, the attacker took the award for scorer of the season thanks to his 27 goals, taking 7 from his pursuer Ben Yedder.
With a striker who has the arch between eyebrows and eyebrows for 90 minutes, Messi will have a great opportunity to deliver goal balls and make Mbappé surpass what he did in the last tournament. On the other hand, Lio will enjoy Neymar and Kylian’s ability to increase their goals in the First Division.
Thanks to the imbalance they will generate in the last third of the playing field, Messi will also take advantage of the numerous stopped ball actions to increase his record of free kick goals, another item in which it stands out and has improved over the years.
The Argentine has an average of more than 40 goals per season in the last 6 years, an impressive number, so it would not be surprising if in the French League he reaches the same record or even surpasses it thanks to the help of his high-quality teammates.
Messi will enjoy a competitive team, with goal and skill, which places him in a comfortable place to become the team’s top scorer as well as top assist. In their last season, PSG finished second and scored a total of 86 goals in 38 games. Will Messi be able to propel the team to overcome the 100 barrier?