Messi breaks Pele racking up document

Messi breaks Pele scoring record

Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi’s 644th Barcelona objective can be found in the 65th min of their gain Real Valladolid

Lionel Messi scored his 644th objective for Barcelona throughout his side’s success over Real Valladolid to damage Pele’s document of one of the most objectives for one club.

Argentina onward Messi, 33, racked up Barca’s 3rd when he accumulated Pedri’s backheel, took a touch after that slotted the round past goalkeeper Jordi Masip.

Messi produced the initial objective when his cross was headed in by Clement Lenglet and also began the action for the 2nd, rounded off by Martin Braithwaite.

Messi likewise struck the message in injury time.

Brazil wonderful Pele racked up 643 objectives in 19 periods for Santos in his homeland in between 1956 and also 1974.

Messi, that scored his initial objective for Barca in 2005 and also has actually taken place to win 10 La Liga titles and also 4 Champions Leagues, runs out agreement at the end of the period and also able to talk with various other clubs from January.

In August, he stated he wished to work out a stipulation in his bargain which he stated enabled him to leave on a complimentary transfer, yet Barcelona rejected, stating his 700m euro (£624m) launch stipulation needed to be fulfilled.

Earlier today, Messi stated the event triggered him to have “a very bad time in the summer”, although he remained in outstanding kind versus Valladolid on Tuesday, motivating a win that took Barcelona back up to 5th, 8 factors behind leaders Atletico Madrid.

Barca might have racked up extra objectives yet Masip made a variety of great conserves and also replacement Philippe Coutinho likewise struck the woodwork late on.

Marc-Andre Ter Stegen made 2 one-handed conserves to reject Fabian Orellana and also Kike Perez, protecting Barcelona’s tidy sheet.

Earlier on Tuesday, Atletico defeated third-placed Real Sociedad 2-0 many thanks to objectives from Mario Hermoso and also Marcos Llorente to go 3 factors free from Real Madrid, that play Granada in your home on Wednesday (18:45 GMT).


Real Valladolid

  • 1Masip
  • 11Hervías
  • 24FernándezBooked at 77mins
  • 5Sánchez de FelipeSubstituted forGuardiola Navarroat 79′mins
  • 22Martínez García
  • 40Neves FilipeSubstituted forOrellanaat 57′mins
  • 21Herrero JavaloyasSubstituted forMesaat 57′mins
  • 14Alcaraz
  • 10PlanoSubstituted forPérezat 57′mins
  • 9Weissman
  • 16de Sousa MendonçaSubstituted forVilla Suárezat 45′mins


  • 2Pérez
  • 3García
  • 6González
  • 7Guardiola Navarro
  • 8Pérez
  • 12Orellana
  • 13Jiménez
  • 15El Yamiq
  • 17Mesa
  • 19Villa Suárez
  • 20San Emeterio Díaz
  • 23Rubio


  • 1ter Stegen
  • 28Mingueza
  • 4AraujoSubstituted forUmtitiat 71′mins
  • 15Lenglet
  • 2Dest
  • 8Pjanic
  • 21de JongBooked at 68minsSubstituted forBusquetsat 71′mins
  • 18AlbaBooked at 62minsSubstituted forFirpoat 71′mins
  • 10Messi
  • 16GonzálezSubstituted forCoutinhoat 81′mins
  • 9Braithwaite


  • 5Busquets
  • 6Aleñá
  • 7Griezmann
  • 12Puig
  • 13Murara Neto
  • 14Coutinho
  • 17Machado Trincão
  • 23Umtiti
  • 24Firpo
  • 26Peña

Mario Melero López

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