Argentine great Lionel Messi made history last night by becoming the first footballer in history to score a goal in 15 consecutive Champions League seasons.

With this, he also took his UCL group stage goal tally to 67, which is the highest as of now.

It took Messi 3 minutes to put the ball inside the opposition's net after he got an amazing pass from Arthur Melo.

The game ended with Barcelona's 2-1 victory, which took them to the top spot in group F. .

With this, Messi has also become the third player to score a goal against 33 clubs across Europe in Champions League.

Well, none of this comes as a surprise because Messi and records go hand-in-hand.