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10 Unbreakable Football records That Messi and Cr7 Cannot break.

1. Fastest Hat-Trick

Tommy Ross, a Scottish footballer holds the record for the fastest hat-trick in football history. Ross was a Ross County player when when he struck thrice in 90 seconds against Nairn County in 1964.

2. Most completed dribbles in a Single World Cup Match.

Jay-Jay Okocha,a former Nigeria international player hold the record for the player with most completed dribbles in a World cup match. Okocha did this in USA 1994 in a match between Italy and Nigeria where he completed 15 dribbles, which is the most ever in a FIFA World Cup match.

3. 5 goals in 9 minutes.

Robert Lewandowski is a Poland international player who plays for Bayern München in Germany up to date. In September 2015, Bayern forward Lewandowski surprised the world of football by scoring five times in nine minutes to defeat Wolfsburg 5-1.

4. Most goals in a single World cup tournament.

Just Fontaine was a French player in 1950s. He holds the record of scoring most goals in a single World cup tournament. Just did this in 1958 World Cup by scoring 13 goals in six matches.

5. Fastest World Cup Goal.

Turkish forward, Hakan Sukur holds this record after his strike in 11 seconds during the third place match between Turkey and South Korea in 2002 Korea/Japan FIFA World Cup.

6.Most hat tricks in football history.

Pele holds the record for most hat tricks in Football History. The Brazilian legend scored a total of 95 hat-tricks in his career. Both Christiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are miles far away from breaking this record.

7. Most World cup goals

Miroslav Klose is a German retired footballer. Klose before hugging his boots he had scored 16 World Cup goals in 4 tournaments. Compare to Messi who has 6 World Cup goals while Ronaldo has only 7 goals.

8. Scoring five headers in a game.

Scoring a header in a game requires a lot of energy and skills but Dondinho - a Brazilian player did it. Everyone knows Pele, the great Brazilian footballer. But what most people don’t know is that Pele’s father, Dondinho was also a footballer and scored 5 headers in a single match.

9. Scoring 13 goals in a single match

Playing football is fun but Archie Thompson,an Australian went on the extreme side by setting a world record 13 goals. Thompson scored 13 goals in a match against American Samao who faced a defeat of 31-0 and Thompson setting a world record too by scoring 13 goals in the match.

10. Longest header ever scored.

Jone Samuelsen a Norwegian player holds this wonderful record. It was on September 25, 2011 when Samuelson scored an amazing header from 58.13 meter out from goal in a match against Tromso Idrettslag.

Do you think Messi and Christiano can break any of those football records?

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