Lionel Messi News- Messi breaks the  record

Lionel Messi News- Messi breaks the record


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Lionel Messi named another record to his name; his goals against Real Sociedad surpass the historic record of Gerd Muller.

Lionel Messi surpasses the German legend’s record for the domestic league goals scored for the same club in Europe’s elite divisions.

Last weekend when Barcelona played against Levante, where Lionel Messi makes his 400th appearances for them, in that match he leveled the German’s record,

But last night where Barcelona thrashed Real Sociedad by 4-2 goals, there Messi scored from a set piece for the Catalan giant and scored his 366th goals in Spain’s top division.

Previously the German legend Gerd Muller has the record in his name, in his career when he represents Bayern Munich between 1964 to 1979, in that period he scored 365 goals for the German giants in his 427 matches.

The Argentine mastermind is in an unstoppable form this season for Barcelona; so far he has scored 16 goals for them and made 8 assists.

Last night’s win against Real Sociedad take Barcelona 19 points clear to their arch rivals Real Madrid, and nine points clear than the second placed Atletico Madrid.




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