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In the joint preliminary qualifying round match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup and 2023 AFC Asian Cup in Doha, Indian ace footballer Sunil Chhetri surpassed Argentina's Lionel Messi to become the second-highest active international goal-scorer, with 74 strikes to his name.

This match also witnessed Chhetri's massive contribution to India's first win in six years in the World Cup qualifiers, and put him right behind Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo in the best international active goal-scorers list.

These pair of spikes were worn by Chhetri in this landmark match, making them an integral part of international football folklore.

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Sunil Chhetri

Item #P80867

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