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Amazing video shows all of Lionel Messi's 'clutch moments', he is truly the GOAT

Amazing video shows all of Lionel Messi's 'clutch moments', he is truly the GOAT

A video on Twitter showing all of Messi's most famous moments has reminded us all that he is the undisputed GOAT.

A video on Twitter of Lionel Messi's most clutch moments has reminded us all why he truly is the greatest of all time.

We know Messi finally settled the debate between fans with his sensational World Cup final win with Argentina earlier this month, but you forget just how many special moments he's given football fans over the years.

Across La Liga, the Champions League and international football, it's safe to say his career highlights are almost endless and this video does a great job of capturing his most famous moments.

Across the many moments of this 10-minute video, you get long shots, mazy dribbles and iconic moments that stand out in football history.

It also bodes well that the commentary of fan-favourite Peter Drury accompanies some of the famous highlights.

Whether its a moment from an El Classico, a vital Champions League knockout tie, a cup final or even a major international tournament - Messi has done it all.

Over the course of his career, his official stats at club level are 701 goals and 333 assists in 853 appearances for Barcelona and PSG.

At international level, he has 98 goals and 55 assists in 172 games and has won, of course, the World Cup and Copa America for his country.

He's also won 38 major trophies for club and country, including 10 La Liga titles - it's silly numbers.

It's also very difficult to pick what exactly is his best moment - Is it the solo goal in the El Classico at the Bernabeu in the Champions League semi-final? Or was it the Diego Maradona-esque solo run and goal? Or his crowning moment in the World Cup?

It's certainly a debate that can only be settled by personal preference.

Perhaps there is no right answer to that question.

Messi will now return to club football, where he will look to continue what was a brilliant stretch of form for the Parisian side before the Qatar tournament.

Prior to the World Cup, the Argentinian had scored 12 goals and provided 14 assists in just 19 games in all competitions so far this season.

Alongside Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, the trio will be hoping to finally take PSG to the Champions League title, with a Round of 16 tie against German champions Bayern Munich awaiting them in February.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@FutbolJan10

Topics: Football, Lionel Messi, Paris Saint-Germain, Argentina