The six time Ballon’d’Or winner has achieved a record 10 la liga tittles under his belt with the catalans without mentioning him being the 6 times Best Fifa man of the year.
Goals have never been a problem for the 33 year old Argentine as he has found the back of the net 707 times all through his soccer career.
Despite him being considered as a goals galore, his record against Real Madrid seems to be accumulating a terrible dark spot as he has hit a goal dry spell against the Los Blancos which has lasted for a record tally of 900 days!!! A mark which he would gladly wish to erase as soon as possible with him being considered among the world’s best if not the best in the soccer history.
This could however be Messi’s last if not second last El Classico as various sources have it on paper that he may reconsider to force a move again out of the camp Nou after his previous efforts proved futile. This could lie in the hands of the next barca’s presidents as Leo has his heart elswhere after things seemed to stop clicking.
Both goals that have been scored by the Argentine this season have come from the spot kick with the most recent one being struck in Barca’s 5_1 win in the champions league as Madrid lost their opening group stage match suffering a 3_2 defeat at the hands of Shaktar.
The last El Classico smiled for the Los Blancos as Real Madrid neatly edged out Barca in a comfortable 2_0 victory with Vinicious and Diaz swimming in the heroes shoes as they both found the back of the nets.
There shall also be a focus on Barca’s wonderkid whose season as blissfuly ignited with him finding the net 3 times out of the three matches he has featured in La liga. He also had a hand in Barca’s 5_1 UEFA champions League group stage match as he managed to bag a goal for himself