Lionel Messi unarguably enjoyed a fabulous decade capped by sixth record Ballon d'Or gong after leading the Spanish champions to another domestic victory, his tenth La Liga title.
At 32, the Argentine forward is showing no sign of decline as he is gradually on the verge of overtaking both Xavi and Iker Casillas for most league won with a single club.
Messi, who was officially crowned La Liga's best player for 2018-19 season clinching his seventh Di Stéfano gong and sixth Pichichi trophy, is complementing his last season success with another shows of brilliance again this season.
With 34 club trophies to his name, Messi becomes Barcelona's most decorated player in over one hundred year history of the club.
But here are other 20 records the Argentine can still break in 2020 including 500 Barcelona wins as cited in UK Sun.
1. 500 Barcelona wins
Messi has been victorious in Barcelona shirt with 498 wins in his 705 official games. The Argentine overtook Xavi for the record, and he's on his way to set a big record.
2. 900 Career games
Messi has played 843 matches since his debut for Barcelona as a 16-year-old in 2004. He is on the verge of writing his own history again, this season.
3. 700 Career goals
Messi has 618 goals for Barcelona, and 70 strikes for Argentina leaving him just 12 goals to the record 700.
4. Fifth Champions League
Messi failed to win UCL title last season having been dumpbed out by Liverpool. But the Argentine will hope to realise the dream this season.
5. Eleventh La Liga
Messi won 10th La Liga title last season, and he is set to replicate the magic this season.
6. Overtake Pele
Pele holds the record for the highest number of goals for a single club, netting 643 for Santos between 1956 and 1974.
Messi has 618 goals for Barcelona and he is just a few goals to the record.
7. Beating Dani Alves to player with the most titles
Alves is most decorated player ever with 40 trophies, but Messi may soon break the record with just 6 trophies to go.
8. Overtake Telmo Zarra with record 7th Pichichi award
9. Seventh Golden Boot
10. Seventh Ballon d'Or
11. Win the Copa America
12. Most Champions League hat-tricks
13. Most Free-kick goals
14. Most Barcelona appearances
15. 600 games as Barcelona's No.10
16. Seventh Champions League top goal scorer
17. Catch Ronaldo in the Champions League
18. Most Champions League matches
19. Goals in three Champions League final
20. Most El Clasico appearances for Barcelona
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Lionel Messi has beaten Cristiano Ronaldo to a number of goals scored from direct free-kick over a decade with the Barcelona star adjudged biggest dead-ball specialist of his generation.
According to OptaJoe, a respected statistics platform, the Argentine forward was more than a box player over the last ten years having hit the net from free-kick on thirty-four (34) occasions.
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