Messi says 2022 World Cup will 'definitely' be his last

Argentina chief Lionel Messi said on Thursday that the 2022 World Cup in Qatar will "certainly" be the remainder of his profession.

Messi, who is expected to show up in his fifth World Cup, made his global presentation in 2005 and has since won 164 covers for Argentina and is the nation's unsurpassed record scorer with 90 objectives.

In the meeting, which occurred in Paris where Messi plays for Paris Holy person Germain, he conceded he was apprehensive about the looming competition in Qatar.

The ongoing side, under the administration of Lionel Scaloni has now gone 35 games without rout and is probably going to figure as one of the pre-competition top picks for the Qatar competition.

"We have arrived at a decent second, with a very exceptional and extremely impressive gathering, however anything can occur," said Messi.

"Every one of the games are undeniably challenging. The top picks are not generally the ones who wind up winning or following the way that one anticipated.

“Argentina is always a candidate because of its history and what it means. But we are not the only favourites, there are other teams that are above us.”