Barcelona’s superstar Lionel Messi added another record to his outstanding profession as he turned into the main player to score 400 objectives in Spain’s best football association ‘La Liga’.
On Sunday night, Barcelona won against Eibar 3-0 in the alliance coordinate as Messi scored one objective, which was his 400th class objective.
Messi, 31, has been playing for Barcelona since 2004-2005 football season and played in 435 class matches, scoring an aggregate of 400 objectives.
The Argentine forward is the record-breaking top scorer of La Liga.
Barcelona paid tribute to their group skipper on club site.
“Leo Messi can’t stop quit breaking records. His 53rd moment objective in Sunday’s 3-0 prevail upon Eibar at the Camp Nou was his four hundredth in La Liga. He’s accomplished that in 435 matches, at a mind blowing normal of 0.92 objectives per diversion,” Barcelona said.
In this class Messi is trailed by Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, who as of now plays for Italian mammoths Juventus.
While playing for Barcelona’s wild adversaries Real Madrid, Ronaldo scored 311 group objectives in 292 appearances.
Ronaldo, 33, was a Real Madrid player from July 2009 to 2018 summer.
Since his introduction for Barcelona in 2004, Messi counted 575 objectives for this club in all appearances including the UEFA Champions League, where he scored 106 objectives.
This season Messi is La Liga’s best scorer with 17 objectives. He is pursued by another Barcelona star Luis Suarez delivering 14 alliance objectives.
Independently Barcelona are driving the alliance as they have 43 points. The other title contenders Atletico Madrid are in the second spot. “Atleti” has 38 out of 19 group matches.