Lionel Messi sets a new record in the Champions League

Messi becomes the first player to score goals for 35 different teams in the Champions League

Messi scored a goal in the last 16 rounds rematch of the UEFA Champions League, where Barcelona played with Napoli, and became the first player to score goals for 35 different teams in the history of the Champions League.

Lionel Messi has been a great success with his success in the champions league. The world-famous star football player became the best of the night.

 

Spanish giant Barcelona hosted the Italian team Napoli at Camp Nou in the 1-1 rematch. The Catalans, who won 3-1 from the match, got their name written in the quarter finals. In this game, Argentine star Lionel Messi, who scored a goal for Barcelona, ​​broke a new record. According to Opta’s data, the 33-year-old football player became the first player to score goals for 35 different teams in the history of the Champions League.

Messi BREAKED THE RECORD IN LA LIGA

The star footballer was the first player in La Liga history to surpass 20 goals and 20 assists in a season. The Argentine star, who aired the nets 25 times in the league this season, declared the top scorer in Spain La Liga for the 4th time in a row and the 7th time in total.

Records are coming one after another in the Spanish league. Despite his advancing age, Messi has achieved great success. He has not signed a new contract with the Argentinian team, which has set new records.

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