Lionel Messi’s FIFA World Cup post surpasses the record of The Egg

by Ami Dalsania

When it was posted on January 4, 2019, the picture of an egg quickly surpassed all others as the Instagram post with the most likes (56 million).

Argentina’s first FIFA World Cup victory since 1986 was led by Lionel Messi, who currently has the world at his feet. After experiencing heartbreak in the 2014 final, Argentina’s captain and talisman finally won the World Cup to complete his football legacy.

Lionel Messi’s FIFA World Cup post surpasses the record of The Egg

The 35-year-old was the only player to win the Golden Ball award twice after scoring seven goals and providing three assists during the competition. The most liked Instagram post in history has now been surpassed by a picture of an egg that was published in January 2019 by Messi’s post thanking his teammates after winning the World Cup in Qatar.

“I dreamed it so many times, I wanted it so badly that I still haven’t fallen, I can’t believe it,” Messi wrote in Spanish.

I would like to express my gratitude to my family, my supporters, and everyone who had faith in us. We show once more that Argentines can accomplish their goals when they fight together and as a united front. The strength of everyone fighting for the same dream, which was also the dream of all Argentines, belongs to this group, which is superior to individualities. We achieved it!

Messi shared several images from the historic final, which Argentina defeated France 3-3 in extra time before winning 4-2 on penalties.

In just one day, the Instagram post has received more than 56.7 million likes and 1.6 million comments.

A comment stated, “This will be the most liked post ever.” “LEGEND! Blessed to have seen your greatness, wrote a user on the internet. “Goat, me. One of my happiest days ever is right now. You did that, another person said.

When it was posted on January 4, 2019, the picture of an egg quickly surpassed all previous records for Instagram’s most-liked photos with 56 million likes. With more than 4.7 million followers, the world record egg Instagram account has only ever posted that one image.