Messi overtakes Ronaldo in Guinness World Records

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Argentine prodigy, Lionel Messi has surpassed Al Nassr striker, Cristiano Ronaldo as the footballer with the most Guinness World Records.

The record body shared the updated chart of Most Guinness World Records Titles Achieved By Footballers via their official Twitter handle on Tuesday.

In the updated update, Messi now has 41 records; one ahead of second-placed Ronaldo with 40 records.

Robert Lewandowski (9), Kylian Mbappe (5) and Neymar (4) complete the top five.

GWR tweeted, “For now, Messi is clear of Ronaldo

“Messi has 41 titles at @GWR, whereas Ronaldo has 40.”

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Newcastle United joins the race to sign Ashley Phillips

An update has emerged on Newcastle United and their plans to bolster their playing squad ahead of the 2023–24 Premier League campaign.

According to The Sun, the Magpies are interested in signing Blackburn Rovers central defender Ashley Phillips before the end of the summer transfer window.

The report claims that fellow top-flight side Tottenham Hotspur are also looking into a deal for the talented youngster, who has a release clause of £2 million that will activate on Friday.

The towering centre-back only turned 18 in June and it seems unlikely that he would be an immediate frontline option for Eddie Howe.

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