Lionel Messi, superstar of FC Barcelona, should prove himself outside of Spain. This is his extraordinary record against English teams in Europe, a player that no other player in the UEFA Champions League has achieved.
Click on the gallery above to see Messi's record against English teams in Europe, according to Transfermarkt.
Messi has been a man of a club in all his senior career so far, and as it is said that the Catalan giants plan to offer the Argentine another new contract, it seems that it will not change in the future.
Critics have suggested that the striker should try his luck in another of the best leagues in Europe, such as Cristiano Ronaldo, but in particular in his record against the English opposition, it seems that Messi does not need to leave LaLiga to prove that he can act against anyone. plus.
According to SportMessi has faced teams in the Premier League on 30 occasions in Europe, scoring 22 goals on the road.
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Against Arsenal, the captain of the Blaugrana has found the back of the net nine times in just six games, and has also helped two more shots.
Messi's most memorable performance against the Gunners came in 2010, when he scored all four goals in Barça's 4-1 victory over them in a Champions League quarter-final match.
The attacker found the back of the net six times against Manchester City in Europe, attending three other strikes, and scored three goals and helped the same number of strikes against Chelsea.
Against Manchester United, whom he will face on Wednesday night, Messi has scored two goals in two different Champions League finals, and has also scored twice against Tottenham Hotspur.
The only English club against which Argentina has not scored is Liverpool, which has faced twice in his career so far.
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With his career against teams in the Premier League, Messi has the record for the most goals against English teams in the history of the Champions League.
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