Argentina national team captain Lionel Andres Messi's classic goal against Manchester City football club of England has been named UEFA Champions League goal of the week by the European football governing body popularly known as UEFA on Thursday morning via their official Twitter handle.
The former Barcelona football club of Spain star has not been able to get his best form since joining Paris Saint Germain football club in France this summer transfer window, as he failed to find the back of the net in his first three matches, but he finally opened his scoring chart for the French Ligue 1 giants against Pep Guardiola led Manchester City football club on Tuesday night.
The 34 years old scored one of the best goals in this season's UEFA Champions League, and that was able to give his team a deserved victory Manchester City football club, and that took them to the top of their group.
Lionel Messi's beautiful goal was shortlisted for UEFA champions league goal of the week alongside Manchester United's Alex Telles' fine goal against Villarreal football club of Spain, Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann's strike against AC Milan football club of Italy, and Sebastien Thill of Sheriff football club of Moldova against Spanish Laliga Santander giants Real Madrid football club.
UEFA has now finally chosen Lionel Andres Messi's beautiful goal against Manchester City football club as the best goal of the week two of Champions League.
UEFA posted on their verified Twitter handle on Thursday morning that;
"The Goal of the Week results are in and it's good news for Paris Saint Germain football club of France star Lionel Andres Messi 🙌."
The former Barcelona football club star will now be looking forward to continuing his impressive performance for Paris Saint Germain football club when they play their next game this weekend in the French Ligue 1.
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