Credits: SAKIS SAVVIDES/AFP/Getty Alt Text: Barcelona's Argentinian forward Lionel Messi Three more goals against Nicosia sets new European record to go with Saturday's Spanish landmark Match Report Bill Mann Wednesday, November 26, 2014 - 9:51am Apoel Nicosia 0 Barcelona 4. Show More Summary
No wonder there are Twitter accounts dedicated to Lionel Messi statistics! The little Argentine is simply on another planet! Having broken the La Liga goal scoring record on Saturday evening, with a hat-trick versus Sevilla, Messi crushed the Champions League record of Raul with another hat-trick away at APOEL. Arguably the most impressive feat of […]
Just days after Lionel Messi broke the La Liga record to become Spain’s all-time leading top goalscorer, the Barcelona man broke yet another scoring record on Tuesday night in the Champions League. Messi scored a hat-trick as Barcelona won 4-0 away at APOEL Nicosia, and in the process the Argentine superstar overtook Raul as the new […]
Lionel Messi only knows Barcelona, the club that has brought him up the ranks since La Masia. In recent weeks, Messi has been mentioned in various transfer speculations. Will Messi ever leave Barcelona? If so, which clubs would be his...Show More Summary
Lionel Messi ’s problem is that he’s only 99 percent perfect. For the rest of us mortals that would be pretty good, but unlike Messi, we’re not expected to be flawless. When he has subpar performances—only one goal and two assists in...Show More Summary
Both Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez achieved milestones as Barcelona crushed Apoel Nicosia ahead of their massive game at the Mestalla on Sunday night. Barcelona's victory kept them within one point of Paris Saint-Germain in their Champions...Show More Summary
Sergio Aguero provided the late dramatics as Manchester City came from behind to beat 10-man Bayern Munich at Etihad Stadium on Tuesday. Elsewhere, Lionel Messi bagged a hat-trick to overtake Raul as the Champions League's all-time leading...Show More Summary
Messi broke the Champions League goal-scoring record on Tuesday, too.
Lionel Messi broke yet another record as Barcelona cruised past Apoel Nicosia in Cyprus, where a 4-0 victory kept alive their hopes of finishing top of Champions League Group F. Just three days after becoming La Liga's record scorer,...Show More Summary
At the moment, Leo Messi can barely go a few days without breaking an incredible goalscoring record. On Saturday, the Barcelona superstar scored twice to become La Liga's all-time top goalscorer with a tally of 253. In the 38th minute of the Blaugrana's Champions League match at APOEL Nicosia on Tuesday, Messi scored his 72nd Champions League goal. Show More Summary
Luis Suarez netted his first Barcelona goal and Lionel Messi set another scoring record with his second straight hat-trick as Barca defeated hosts Apoel 4-0 on Tuesday in a UEFA Champions League Group F match at the GSP Stadium in Nicosia,...Show More Summary
Not content with the landmarks and trophies already scooped up in a 10-year Barcelona career, Lionel Messi this week reached two milestones, breaking the records for the most number of goals in the UEFA Champions League and La Liga. The Argentina captain … Continue reading ? New Challenges Remain for Record-Breaking Messi is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Lionel Messi passed Raul's Champions League scoring record, then scored two more goals. As expected, Barcelona had no problem with APOEL on Tuesday, recording a comfortable 4-0 win. Lionel Messi scored a hat trick, breaking Raul's record...Show More Summary
Lionel Messi is knocking down all-time soccer scoring records like a heavyweight boxing champ. That’s quite a feat for the 5-foot-six star. After breaking the La Liga record on Saturday by reaching 253 goals, Messi broke the Champions League record on Tuesday by hitting 73 — he only needed 72 to break the record. The […]
Barcelona’s Lionel Messi has set a new Champions League goalscoring record by taking his tally in the competition to 72 on Tuesday.
Just days after becoming the all time record La Liga top scorer, Barcelona’s Lionel Messi surpassed Raul’s record of 71 Champions League goals. The 27 year old Argentine bagged his 72nd goal to put Barcelona 2-0 up away at APOEL. Twitter blew up immediately, with Lionel Messi being hailed as the greatest ever despite being […]
Is he the greatest of all time?
Just three days after becoming La Liga's all-time leading goalscorer, Lionel Messi has broken another significant record, surpassing Raul's milestone as the Champions League's most prolific marksman. Barcelona's official Twitter feed...Show More Summary
Lionel Messi has also scored in this match.
Breaking records is all part and parcel of being both Barcelona and Lionel Messi, and whilst the temptation must be to reflect and bask in the glory of the Argentinean superstar becoming La Liga's all-time record goalscorer at the weekend,...Show More Summary