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30 stats for Messi's 30th birthday

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Messi at 30: 30 things you may or may not know about Barca's famous No.10

Gab Marcotti discusses Chris Jones' editorial on Lionel Messi and his impact on the footballing world.
Lionel Messi spoke to ESPN about his future at Barcelona and a possible move to China.
Former Barcelona president Joan Laporta believes Lionel Messi is the best of all time and has more natural talent than Cristiano Ronaldo.
Lionel Messi ranks third on ESPN's World Fame 100 rankings, but which footballer tops the list?

Lionel Messi turns 30 Saturday. So here are 30 things about the Argentina and Barcelona legend.

Personal life  

1. Messi's birthday isn't the biggest thing happening to him this month: next week he will marry childhood sweetheart Antonella Roccuzzo in a ceremony in Rosario. All of his Barcelona teammates are invited. 

2. The Barcelona star already has two children with Antonella: Thiago (4) and Mateo (1). 

3. Like many modern-day footballers, Messi's body has become increasingly...

30 stats to celebrate Lionel Messi's 30th birthday

Gab Marcotti discusses Chris Jones' editorial on Lionel Messi and his impact on the footballing world.

As the world celebrates Lionel Messi's 30th birthday, ESPN Stats & Information presents a list of facts and figures for his amazing career on the pitch with Barcelona and Argentina.

- 30 titles won with Barcelona in all competitions.

- 29 career goals vs. Sevilla are his most against any single opponent.

- 28 La Liga goals in 2013-14 (Barcelona lost only twice in matches in which he scored).

- 27 career goals in friendlies with Argentina.

- 26 career La Liga hat tricks.

- 25 years...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lionel Messi could have joined Real Madrid instead of Barcelona - ex-agent

Lionel Messi spoke to ESPN about his future at Barcelona and a possible move to China.

A 13-year-old Lionel Messi could have joined Real Madrid instead of Barcelona, says the man who arranged his Barca trial.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner famously relocated from Rosario, Argentina to Barcelona as a youth in February 2001 with the help of Horacio Gaggioli, who lived in the city and had set up Messi's tryout with the Camp Nou club the previous September.

However, the Argentine agent told Globoesporte had he taken up residence in Madrid -- where he considered living -- back then,...

Barcelona's Lionel Messi to pay fine, avoid prison sentence for tax fraud

Lionel Messi spoke to ESPN about his future at Barcelona and a possible move to China.
Cristiano Ronaldo appears to troll Lionel Messi, USWNT stars show their support to a young player and more in The Sweeper.
Former Barcelona president Joan Laporta believes Lionel Messi is the best of all time and has more natural talent than Cristiano Ronaldo.
Lionel Messi ranks third on ESPN's World Fame 100 rankings, but which footballer tops the list?

Prosecutors in Spain say they are happy for Lionel Messi's 21-month prison sentence for tax fraud to be replaced with a fine, a spokeswoman confirmed on Friday.

They said they are not opposed to the Barcelona star being fined €400 per day -- a total fine of around €255,500 -- for the duration of the sentence, an option also put forward by the player's defence team.

Messi's father, whose sentence was reduced to 15 months upon appeal, could also see the original punishment exchanged for...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

I wish Ronaldo were Argentine, but still prefer Lionel Messi - Diego Maradona

ESPN FC's Mark Ogden addresses the latest news on Cristiano Ronaldo and looks ahead to his upcoming press availability.
The FC panel debate the rumours of Cristiano Ronaldo requesting a move out of Spain, possibly back to Manchester United.

Diego Maradona says he wishes Cristiano Ronaldo were Argentine, but still prefers Lionel Messi to lead the Albiceleste.

Maradona famously led Argentina to the 1986 World Cup title with decisive performances in the knockout stages of the competition.

Ronaldo, who was recently awarded his fourth Ballon d'Or, has won four Champions League titles -- equalling Messi's haul -- and led Portugal to their first major tournament crown in last summer's European Championship.

And while Maradona has praised...