Lionel Messi broke Xavi Hernandez' record of most aids a solitary La Liga season in the match against Deportivo Alaves.
Lionel Messi, as he so frequently does, managed everything during FC Barcelona's end match of the 2019/20 La Liga season.
Messi set up one objective and scored two of his own as Barca pounded Deportivo Alaves 5-0.
The six-time Ballon d'Or victor enlisted his 21st aid the class this term, breaking his previous colleague Xavi Hernandez's help record set in the 2008/09 season.
He likewise scored his 24th and 25th association objective in the match to build the hole against Real Madrid's Karim Benzema, the following best scorer. Except if Benzema finds the rear of the net at any rate multiple times against Leganes, he would win his seventh Pichichi Trophy.
Talking after the match, the 33-year old demanded that he isn't propelled by close to home shrubs and was fulfilled to see his group's perform well.
"Today, we stepped forward in disposition and duty. Today, we saw something different," Messi told, as Marca reports.
"It was a troublesome game to play in light of the circumstance we were in, the time and the warmth. The group reacted in an alternate manner in mentality and responsibility.
"Grants and individual destinations are optional. I'd have enjoyed it to have accompanied the La Liga title."
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