After Leo Messi Scored 2 Goals Against Elche, The Golden Boot Race Looks Far From Finish
By Tosyyn | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1 views
Matchday 24 of the Spanish La Liga continues with Barcelona's quest of redeeming their image after dying minute draw with Cadiz at the Camp Nou.
After his last goal against Cadiz, Lionel Messi Keep the Top Scorers chart on green alert as he pushes further in sealing another Golden Boot for himself this season. 3 minutes into the 2nd half of game against Elche, Messi grabbed his 17th goal of the season after being assisted by Braithwaite and his 18th in the 69th minute of the game.
Jordi Alba finished the job in the 73rd minute as he sealed Barcelona's win.
Messi's goal now put Barcelona back on 3rd spot on Laliga table as he tops the Scorers chart with 2 goal ahead of Atletico Madrid's Suarez who's also a former Teammate. Villarreal's Moreno trails Messi by 4 goals while Sevilla's En-Nesyri needs 5 to catch up with the Barcelona talisman.
Benzema on the other hand will need to score 6 goals in Real Madrid's next match to be on par with Messi.
Anytime Messi grabs the top scorers horn he never looks back and this season may not be any different. Do you think Messi is back with his usual tricks even though Barcelona is still struggling? Follow for more.
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