Barcelona captain, Lionel Messi, steered the Spanish champions past PSV Eindhoven yesterday during their champions league clash at Philip stadium to book their place in the next round of the elite competition.
The five times ballon d’or winner scored one lovely goal during the match before going on to set up another one for Gerard pique from a delicate dead ball.
With his goal during the match yesterday, the Argentine now has 106 in the Champions League, the most anyone has scored with one club.
On being informed of this new record the Argentine said he is happy to have reaches another landmark.
In his own word:
“We have achieved our objective of finishing top of a difficult group. We are really happy, it has been a tight group with tough away trips.” With regards to the last 16, the Argentine added, “we are always prepared but to talk about it now is difficult, we have to think about what is ahead calmly.”