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Lionel Messi’s brace sees him record his 35th 2+ goals in a champions league game.

The 7th time Ballon D’or winner Messi scored twice for PSG last night.

Statistically, the Ballon D’or winner has scored 2+ goals in 35 matches in the Champions League.

In this seasons Champions League following his move to PSG, many have criticized the Argentine magician for lack of form in a “Super Team” like PSG. Messi has registered 5 goals in 5 matches.

His two goals last night adds to his record and pairs him with Cristiano Ronaldo as the only two to have scored against 38 different teams in the history of the competition.

Messi’s statistics in the UCL is 125 goals in 154 games and 4 titles.

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