Messi becomes the player with most UEFA Champions League goals for a single club. He grabbed this title by scoring the goal against PSV on Wednesday. Barcelona defeated Netherlands’ club PSV by 2-1 with the help of Messi’s goal. Messi and Gerard Pique scored the goals in 61st and 70th minute respectively while PSV Eindhoven’s Jong scored the only goal in 82nd minute of the game.
Now, Messi scored 106 goals in 128 matches only. He breaks the 105 goals record of Cristiano Ronaldo. Ronaldo had this record while playing for Real Madrid.
Ronaldo also holds a record of the most number of goals in the Champions League. He scored 121 goals in 155 matches.
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