Messi receives ‘Best goal ever’ trophy, watch his unstoppable goal

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Barcelona were made to go through lots of trouble by their visitors before scoring the winning goals thanks to Lionel Messi.

Messi, 31, suffered a groin injury while on worldwide duty with Argentina last week, on what was his first return to the global stage since the 2018 World Cup.

"I miss Cristiano in Spain", Messi told Radio C5N.

Barcelona next visit Villarreal on Tuesday with a second successive title looking even more like a mere formality after a sixth straight victory extended their unbeaten league run to 17 matches.

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The 31-year-old also returned to worldwide action last week in a lacklustre 3-1 defeat by Venezuela, a game that was his first for the national side since he took a break following the 2018 World Cup.

Messi, who has scored 39 goals for Barca this season in all competitions, remains committed to Argentina despite the criticism.

His goal against arch-rivals Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabeu in 2010-11 in a La Liga fixture took the third spot with 16 percent votes.

Argentina players celebrate their win.

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"It has become the custom to say things about me". Well, you've got to give others a chance, right? Messi's Argentina were beaten by Venezuela in Madrid and the player was abused by fans for pulling out of the team's second game, against Morocco.

"I think the generational change was very brusque", Messi said.

No matter what your preference is when it comes to Lionel Messi's goal collection, we can all agree that we would all love to score a Messi-esque dink over the 'keeper - even if it was just the once.

The worldwide week saw Messi return to duty but he couldn't help Argentina as they lost 3-1 to Venezuela in a friendly.

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Ter Stegen played the ball to Rakitic, who sent Malcom through down the left and the substitute forward teed up Messi for a first-time finish that had too much on it for Lopez to keep out. "Family, friends. My 6-year-old (asked me) 'Why do they kill you in Argentina, daddy?'"

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