50th hat-trick of Lionel Messi Career in Barca Win

Messi Setting Trends at the Age of 31

Lionel Messi career’s 50th hat-trick scored during the game between Barcelona and Sevilla. In the match, Barcelona was losing the game, and they came back to beat Sevilla to get 10 points maintaining the top position of La Liga. From the Catalans’ captain during the master-class equalized from 16 yards by a dazzling volley. With curling shot from the box edge, captain leveled the game for the second time. After that Messi cracked Tomas Vaclik for his third hat-trick and his 36th goal in 35 matches against Sevilla, afore setting up Luis Suarez for fourth injury-time.

On Sunday, Atletico Madrid hosted Villarreal, and the game was an utterly one-person show as Barcelona not playing particularly useful as they secure their lead over 2nd placed Atletico Madrid. Sevilla to the edge two times in the first half from Jesus Navas counter-strike and eight-yard finish of Gabriel Mercado while Sevilla is out of form.

Messi Setting Trends at the Age of 31

Messi is not showing any signs of slowing his game even at the age of 31. His extraordinary performance in the game let him score 25 goals in this season for La Liga. If we calculate the average in terms of minutes, we can say that he scores one goal in every seventy-five minutes. Among other team players, Messi is almost twice the top scorer, such as Stuani has scored 13 goals for Girona.

Messi has 33 goals in 32 games in all the competitions. It also includes six in the Champions League as Barcelona chase the threefold. The 3rd in the game was his career’s 650th hit in which he scored sixty-five for Argentina and 585 for Barca. All the goals of Lionel Messi were outstanding, a contender for goal of the season. The second goal of Messi in the game was an adequate effort with his right foot from the pass of Ousmane Dembele. After five minutes of this goal, Carles Alena’s shot stopped, and he clipped the ball above the goalkeeper.


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