Earth Clasico .. What do Real Madrid and Barcelona summit mean to Messi?

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The Land Clasico match between Real Madrid and Barcelona at the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium will be a date for Lionel Messi to achieve many numbers.

Messi will appear in his 45th El Clásico, and thus will be equal to Sergio Ramos, who will be absent from the match due to injury, although this Clásico may be the last for Lionel Messi, whose future with Barcelona seems to be in great uncertainty.

Messi may end his El Clásico career if he leaves Barcelona as requested by the end of last season, drawing the curtain on a 17-year career among the first team in the Blaugrana, according to the Spanish newspaper “AS”.

Record numbers

Messi is the most scored player in the history of El Clásico with 26 goals, and he is the most awarded player for decisive passes with 14 assists, and he will tied with Ramos in the number of most players participating in the Clásico in history, as he will reach his 45th participation in the Clasico on Earth.

Messi’s goals in the Clasico of Earth may increase, and even his industries, if in his day as the Dutchman Ronald Koeman wished, Cristiano Ronaldo and Alfredo Di Stefano (the player) preceded the two Real Madrid legends with 8 goals in the Clasico on Earth, while the player Cesar Rodriguez came behind Messi with 12 goals. Complete in the list of Barcelona’s most-scored players in the Clasico of Earth, as Cesar scored 14 goals at Real Madrid.

Messi is equal in triple numbers with Jaime Lazcano, Santiago Bernabeu, Paolina Alcantara and Ferenc Puskas, all of whom have scored twice in the Clasico of Earth, and Messi aspires to surpass them in this number.

During his career, Messi did not score goals against more clubs than Real Madrid other than 3 clubs, which are Seville (38 goals), Atletico Madrid (32 goals) and Valencia (28 goals), then Real Madrid comes.

Despite this, the Argentine suffers from a goal drought in front of Real Madrid recently, as he did not score in his last 6 matches, the longest series of scoring drought against Real Madrid in his entire career, and the last goal scored by Lionel Messi against Real Madrid was in May 2018 during a 2-2 draw With Merengue in LaLiga.

But Messi reaches the 246th Clásico in the best condition, as he scored 19 goals in the last 20 matches and helped Barcelona reduce the difference with Atletico Madrid to just one point, and booked a place in the Copa del Rey final against Athletic Bilbao on the seventeenth of April.

During Messi’s 44 games in the Clasico on Earth, he has won 19 times, drawn 11 times and lost 14 times, and is aspiring to win No. 20.

It is noteworthy that Messi’s first appearance against Real Madrid in the Clasico on Earth was on November 19, 2005, a match that was inspired by Brazilian Ronaldinho when Barcelona beat Real Madrid 3-0 in the heart of the Santiago Bernabeu.





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