Even in its worst season in terms of goals and effectiveness in more than 10 years, Leo Messi continues to outdo the rest. The Argentine star scored twice this Wednesday against Athletic Bilbao (it could have been four, considering he sent the ball twice to the post) and He already has nine goals in LaLiga Santander 2020-21, Which serves to gain access to Pichichi Command.
Joint leadership, yes, with his former partner Luis Suarez (Atletico Madrid) and the national forwards Gerard Moreno (Villarreal) and Iago Aspas (Celta de Vigo), also a high level of play. Messi, whose innate talent still guides him, The year 2021 began with joy, conviction and strength.
“Ten” is the motive, He still has the will to win more titles with FC Barcelona He is determined to bring the Catalans back to the top, having found a formidable partner on the offensive front with Pedri Gonzalez. The Canary helped Leo Messi with one of the goals (in the second goal Griezmann was the lane), and as matches progress, the synergy between them grows more and more.
Leo Messi’s goals in short On Wednesday he served for Barcelona to claim three very important points from San Mames, Which made him five points behind Real Madrid and seven points behind Atlético (although Colchonero’s team have two more games).
Messi scored nine goals in the league and twelve in total for the season, Count 2020-21 UEFA Champions League. At the age of 33, he is still the favorite to win a new top scorer in the league and it is clear that he will fight for the award to the end, as long as there is no unfortunate injury.
With two wins away from home (0-1 and 2-3) against Huesca and AthleticBarcelona started 2021 with six out of six and hopes to continue in a good streak this Saturday in Granada, which is where Leo Messi is also not bad at scoring and helping. Rosario will again be the great attacking reference, and it is expected that again with Griezmann, Dembele and Pedre, although Braithwaite and Trinkau might surprise a bit in Eleven.
The Pichichi de LaLig platformA 2020-21:
- With 9 goals: Leo Messi (Barcelona), Luis Suarez (Atletico Madrid), Iago Aspas (Celta de Vigo) and Gerard Moreno (Villarreal).
- With 8 goals: Karim Benzema (Real Madrid).
- With 7 goals: Mikel Uyarzabal (Real Sociedad).