Lionel Messi beat Pele’s record for the most goals for a single club

Lionel Messi has scored the 644th goal for the Catalan club during the match of the 15th round of the Spanish La Liga. Messi marked a significant statistical achievement by netting his goal in the 65th minute in Barcelona’s 3-0 win over Valladolid on Tuesday.

The 33-year-old Argentine striker of Barcelona beat the legendary Brazilian Pele’s long-held record for the most goals scored for a single club. Now Messi has scored 644 goals, while Pele has 643.

“When I started playing football I never thought I’d break any record, especially not the one I achieved today that Pele held,” Messi posted on his Instagram after the match.

Leo has joined Barcelona at age 13 and made his ambitious debut at 17 in 2004. In the season of 2020/2021, Lionel Messi scored 10 goals and provided 5 assists in 18 matches for Barcelona in all competitions.

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