La Liga's most scoring in the history, the man with the most goals for FC Barcelona through time.
It is a few of the records that Lionel Messi has beaten. Those are many of the.
Now, the 32-year-old argentinian adding one more to the collection, and this is one of the wild.
It is clear after FC Barcelona's 1-0 victory over Atlético Madrid on Sunday night.
Messi made once again the difference as he scored the match's only goal.
It means that the wizard, with number 10 on the back now has scored in all stadiums in La Liga, if you look at the 20 clubs that currently find themselves in Spain's best series.
in Fact, had Messi already scored on Wanda Metropolitano, but it happened in the Copa del Rey tournament (the Spanish cup, red.) – and not in La Liga.
Atlético Madrid's current home stadium was taken in use in 2017, and it is one of the reasons that Messi had not scored there yet, because the stadium is relatively new.
the Goal was for the season number nine in La Liga for Lionel Messi.
He has played nine matches in 2019/2020 edition of Spain's best series.
Messi came to Barcelona from Argentina as a young teen.
He has scored more than 600 goals in just over 700 games for FC Barcelona.
Updated Date: 03 December 2019, 13:00