Breaking records are one of the things football fans love to see and there has been a continuous struggle by players.
The following are the eight football records that are unlikely to be broken.
1 — Robert Lewandowski, who scored five goals in nine minutes.
Lewandowski's record of scoring five goals in nine minutes against Wolfsburg in 2015, after coming on as a replacement, is one of the football records that may never be broken.
2 — Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored 17 goals in the UEFA Champions League in a single season.
Breaking Cristiano Ronaldo's record of 17 UEFA Champions League goals in a single season will be difficult. In the 2013/2014 UEFA Champions League, Ronaldo scored 17 goals.
3 — In a single year, Lionel Messi scored 91 goals.
Messi's record of 91 goals in a calendar year is one of the few football records that will likely never be surpassed. In 2012, he scored 91 goals for Barça in all competitions.
4 — Pele, who has won three FIFA World Cups.
Pele, a Brazilian superstar, holds the record for most FIFA World Cup titles. In 1958, 1962, and 1970, he won three World Cups. Pele's record of three FIFA World Cup victories as a footballer is unlikely to be surpassed.
5 — Paco Gento — Six UEFA Champions League titles have been won.
Paco Gento has the most UEFA Champions League titles of any player. Among the current generation of superstars, only Cristiano Ronaldo has five.
6 — Dani Alves with 42 career trophies.
Dani Alves is the most decorated player in history, having won a total of 42 awards during his career. This is one of the football records that is unlikely to be broken in the near future.
7 — Ryan Giggs has won a total of 13 Premier League titles.
During his 20-year career with Manchester United, Ryan Giggs won 13 Premier League titles. He holds the record for most League titles in football history. The record of 13 league titles won by Giggs is one of the few football records that may never be broken.
8 — Sadio Mane, who scored a hat trick in less than two minutes into the game.
Sadio Mane's hat trick in under two minutes is another football record that may never be broken. He holds the record for the fastest hat trick, scoring three goals in under two minutes against Aston Villa in 2015.
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