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Messi sets more records against Real Madrid

Messi's amazing evening at the Bernabeu capped with two more records

December 23, 2017 By Oscar Rojas
The Argentine ace was involved in all of Barcelona's three goals. Los Blaugranas won their third straight Clasico away from home in La Liga.

What a day for Lionel Messi! With his goal, he didn't only manage to set a record for the top 5 leagues in Europe, but he also added two records in El Clásico, one of them that should embarrass Real Madrid's footballers.

"La Pulga" extended his lead as El Clásico's all-time top scorer, but he also managed to become the all-time top scorer in these games while playing at the Bernabeu. Messi has scored 15 times when playing in Madrid, which forces us to believe that the Bernabeu is his new "home away from home."

Furthermore, and this is where the embarrassment should begin for Real Madrid's players comes, the Argentinean made La Liga history with his 17th goal in the domestic competition against Los Blancos. No other player in history has scored as many goals as Messi has when facing the Spanish titans.

If that wasn't enough reason to celebrate, Messi's boot-less assist also handed him another personal milestone.


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