The Argentina international Lionel Messi, who is currently playing for the Spanish giant FC Barcelona has now equaled the Portuguese man Cristiano Ronaldo on 11 penalties.
Lionel Messi celebrating the winning goal with the fans. pic.twitter.com/zA2FYBDjhf— Roy Nemer (@RoyNemer) March 8, 2017
FC Barcelona's match against Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday was one of the most attractive games in the recent history of the Champions League as the Spanish giant FC Barcelona pull off one of the most epic comebacks in Champions League history to seal quarter-final berth.
Where the 29-year-old Argentina ace and FC Barcelona hotshot Lionel Messi scored a penalty couples of minutes after the halftime to take the score by 3-0 in favor of Barca, which was his eleventh penalty of his Champions League career.
And the Barcelona striker Lionel Messi Messi has now equaled Cristiano Ronaldo on 11 penalties, the Portuguese attacker is still one goal ahead in the total standings with 95 goals compared to the Argentine's 94.
In fact, the Argentine then handed over the 91st minute spot-kick duties to Neymar, who made it 5-1.
On the other hand, PSG’s forward Edinson Cavani has tied Zlatan Ibrahimovic as PSG's top scorer in the Champions League with 20 goals.