Print Four Goals, Messi Breaks His Own Record
FC Barcelona bomber, Lionel Messi, has not stopped making impressive records in his career. This time, he broke his personal record that lasted six seasons ago.
Messi became a star when his side won 6-1 against Eibar in a Spanish League match at Camp Nou Stadium on Tuesday (19/09/2017) or Wednesday morning GMT. He scored four goals, each passing a penalty in the 20th minute, followed by a three-goal 59th, 62nd, and 87th minutes. Two more goals were born from Paulinho (38 ‘) and Denis Suarez (53’).
With these four goals, La Pulga nickname was even collected nine goals from five Spanish League matches. That number beat his best record in the same range range.
Previously, the most goals scored Messi in five games is eight goals. He carved out the statistics in the 2011-2012 season.
There have been three teams so far who are victims of Messi’s ferocity in the opposing penalty box: Alaves, Espanyol, and Eibar. Messi scored two cons of Alaves in the second week of the Spanish League (August 26, 2017) and three against Espanyol in the third jornada, September 9, 2017.
Overall, Messi has scored 12 goals for Barcelona in all competitions.