Some Football Records That Were Broken During Tuesday’s UCL Matches By Lionel Messi, Mbappe, Liverpool & Haller

Some Football Records That Were Broken During Tuesday’s UCL Matches

Liverpool became the first English side to win all six Champions League group matches as they completed a perfect journey into the knockout stage with victory over Football Club AC Milan in Italy. Jurgen Klopp made eight changes, with qualification for the last 16 already assured as group winners.

Lionel Messi, Argentine legend and now Paris Saint-Germain man have scored his 758th professional career goal following his brace in PSG’s Champions League showdown against Club Brugge Football Club. He becomes the second man with the most official goals in the history of football, behind fierce rival Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United, who has 801 goals.
Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe reached another milestone in his already glittering career by becoming the youngest player to reach 30 Champions League goals, breaking the previous record held by PSG team-mate Lionel Messi.

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Mbappe’s first came after 72 seconds, firing into the bottom corner when goalkeeper Simon Mignolet palmed a cross into his path before France forward volleyed in from Angel di Maria’s clipped pass soon after.
Sebastien Haller equaled a UEFA Champions League record set by Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo back in the 2017/18 campaign after netting in every one of Ajax’s group games. Sebastien Haller has been on fire for Football Club Ajax this season since joining the Dutch side for a club-record fee.

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