” Lionel Messi could well be the greatest footballer of all time and with good reason too. Words can’t really express just how big a contribution he’s made to the sport so here are just some of the many things he’s achieved in his career. GETTY 2 Messi is a football legend The Argentine has won ten LaLiga titles, six Copa del Rey’s, four Champions Leagues and just the five Ballon d’Ors too!
Messi has scored a crazy amount of goals for Barcelona and he reached an amazing milestone during their 3-0 win over Liverpool in the Champions League on Wednesday. He scored two goals on the night, including a sensational free-kick from 30 yards out, which put his incredible tally to 600 – 14 years to the day since he got his first Barcelona goal.
2 Messi celebrates his second goal against Liverpool So to celebrate Messi reaching 600, Dugout have put together a video of some of his best strikes in Barca colours. Below you can see the video of some of these goals. Here’s to many more Lionel!
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