By Dan Baynes
(Bloomberg) — Lionel Messi broke Barcelona’s all- time scoring record by
getting the second and third goals in his team’s match against Granada in
Spain’s La Liga today.
Messi, who was
named soccer’s best player for the third straight year in January, tied the
mark of 232 official goals set by Cesar Rodriguez during the 1940s and 50s in
the 17th minute and secured the record outright in the 68th minute when he
lobbed the ball over Granada goalkeeper Julio Cesar.
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