The Barcelona star is indeed in front of his long-lasting rival because of Wednesday’s goal.
Lionel Messi’s goal against PSV Eindhoven helped the Barcelona star outperform Cristiano Ronaldo to recover a Champions League record and the Portugal star will have far to go to win it back.
By scoring Barcelona’s opening goal in the 61st moment, Messi moved to 106 profession Champions League goals for Barcelona.
The complete sees the Argentine recover the record for most Champions League goals for one club, outperforming the characteristic of 105 set by Ronaldo amid his time at Real Madrid.
Presently with Juventus, Ronaldo would be probably not going to recover that record at any point in the near future.
The two still stay on the opposition’s untouched scoring graphs with Ronaldo as of now on 121 Champions league goals to lead the way.
Before the landing of Messi and Ronaldo, Raul was the opposition’s most productive scorer, having scored 71 goals with Real Madrid and Schalke.
Notwithstanding outperforming Ronaldo, Messi’s goal was his fifteenth of the season, guaranteeing that he has scored at least 15 goals in every one of the last 13 seasons.
Messi’s goal came in the second half, as the Argentinian star weaved his way through the PSV resistance before discharging a shot and finding the best corner to give Barcelona the lead.
He at that point helped the club’s second, discovering Gerard Pique on a free kick to twofold the Spanish side’s leverage and everything except seal the best spot in their Champions League gathering.
Messi has now scored six Champions League goals this season, moving him past Eden Dzeko and the Roma star’s five completions to lead the goalscoring diagram through five rounds of gathering stage play.
Barcelona would now be able to turn their considerations back to La Liga, where they sit second, one point back of association pioneers Sevilla.
The Blaugrana are back in real life at the end of the week against Villarreal to open up their December plan.
They will finish off Champions League assemble play with a home match against Tottenham on December 11, with Spurs’ prevail upon Inter on Wednesday helping Barcelona guarantee top spot in Group B