Messi beats Ronaldo’s goalscoring record

Messi and Ronaldo have been two of the greatest football players of all time. Their rivalry has been one of the sport’s biggest attractions for more than a decade. The two players have been breaking records left and right, with Messi now breaking Ronaldo’s European goal record with 702 club goals compared to Ronaldo’s 701. While the rivalry may be coming to an end, the competition between the two is still as strong as ever.

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Leo Messi gets to 702

Messi scored in PSG’s 2-0 win against OGC Nice. Which helped him become the all-time goal-scoring leader at the club level. Ronaldo, on the other hand, can now fatten his stats as he plays with Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia. However, it is reported that Messi at least wants to remain another year in Europe before possibly considering other options.

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One possible destination for Messi after his European career could be MLS. The league’s defending has been criticized, and Messi could potentially take advantage of that with his world-class skills. But for now, both players are still focused on their current teams and are determined to continue to break records and make their mark in the sport.


Leo Messi’s Return to Barcelona

Additionally, the possibility of Messi’s return to Barcelona in the future still lingers in the minds of fans. After spending his entire professional career with the club, his move to PSG was met with disappointment from many Barcelona supporters. However, with his contract with PSG set to expire in 2023. Rumours have surfaced about Messi’s return to his beloved club. While nothing is certain, the thought of Messi donning the Barcelona jersey once again is enough to excite any football fan.


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Even though Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are no longer facing off against each other in La Liga, their rivalry and competition will always be remembered in the history of football. With Messi breaking Ronaldo’s European goal record, it’s clear that the two players have left an indelible mark on the sport and will continue to be remembered for years to come.