Copa America Was Messi's record-breaking free-kick better than these?

Was Messi’s record-breaking free-kick better than these?


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Messi’s free kick for Argentina in the COPA América semi-final vs. the USMNT made the captain the top goal scorer ever for his country. The goal is the best free kick in recent memory–and is it the best ever? Take a look at some stunning free kicks below and make your own mind up!

1) David Beckham sending England to the 2002 World Cup.


2) Oleksandr Aliyev from the halfway life.


3) Ronaldinho knocking England out of the 2002 World Cup.

4) Andrea Pirlo against Mexico while Super Mario looks on.


5) Dimitri Payet vs. Palace.


Credit: Martovskyi

6) Zico for Brazil vs. Scotland in the 1982 World Cup.


7) Probably the most famous goal ever.


8) Juninho vs. Bayern. Yes. That Juninho.


Credit: Siyah Beyaz Production

9) And here is Messi’s – making him Argentina’s all time leading scorer.


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