Lionel Messi’s goal against PSV Eindhoven helped the Barcelona star surpass Cristiano Ronaldo to reclaim a Champions League record and the Portugal star will have a long way to go to win it back.
By scoring Barcelona’s opening goal in the 61st minute, Messi moved to 106 career Champions League goals for Barcelona.
The finish sees the Argentine reclaim the record for most Champions League goals for one club, surpassing the mark of 105 set by Ronaldo during his time at Real Madrid.
Now with Juventus, Ronaldo would be very unlikely to reclaim that record any time soon.
The two still remain atop the competition’s all-time scoring charts with Ronaldo currently on 121 Champions League goals to lead the way.