05 May 2012

Messi wants to attack the record Georgescu after passing Müller

The FC Barcelona's Argentinian star has no roof and you have in mind another brand just three days after beating the previous one.

With his umpteenth hat trick last Wednesday against Málaga, Messi filmmaker raised its number to 68 in the season, surpassing the European record was held by Gerd 'Torpedo' Müller, who scored 67 with Bayern in season 1972/73.

However, Barça's Argentine is not satisfied and it never has in mind the following personal challenge: to become the top scorer in the history of European football in the same league. To date, this honor falls to the Romanian Dudu Georgescu, who scored 47 goals in the ranks of Dinamo Bucharest in the year 1976/77. To do this, Leo has two games left. The first derby tonight at the Camp Nou and the second, next weekend at the Benito Villamarin against Betis.

Messi is also immersed in the battle for the 'top scorer Cristiano Ronaldo how often. And both are the only candidates for the 'Golden Shoe', so that the top scorer in the league will be another added bonus. The Portuguese has 44 goals to date and still be measured today at Granada and next weekend against Mallorca at the Santiago Bernabeu. Incidentally, Cristiano Ronaldo has four yellow and if you saw tonight's fifth run out of play on the final day. (via SPORT)