Found December 26, 2012 on
Next Impulse Sports:
Lionel Messi had a pretty great year. The FC Barcelona forward notched a record-breaking 91 goals during the 2012 calendar year — 79 with Barcelona, 12 with the Argentina national team — which means his highlight reel is nothing short of epic. Seriously, this thing is a commitment, so grab some popcorn and a soft drink of choice, and settle in to watch the best soccer player in the world embarrass defenders and goalies everywhere.
Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
BEST OF MAXIM
An unnamed Russian soccer team tested the strength of the bond between Lionel Messi and FC Barcelona recently, only to discover that money alone can’t break it.
The Argentine superstar was presented with and offer that would have made him the world’s most expensive and highest-paid player. He declined the massive offer and chose to sign a contract extension with Barcelona instead...
The first goal, against Osasuna , was a header to the back post in the Copa del Rey. Numbers six and seven were solo runs down the gut against Malaga . The 22nd goal capped a record-setting day, but most aficionados would count the 18th and 20th goals, little chips over a helpless Bernd Leno, as the most memorable.
Sixty-nine goals later after that faithful Champions League night...
Magical Messi Christmas – Historical background and goals from 2012 - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
As a Christmas day special, Sky Sports presented a special package which was hosted by the Spanish football pundit Guillem Balague. It was called “Magic of Messi”.
Balague visited some of the significant places in Lionel Messi’s lifetime as he moved from Argentina to...
The Argentine closed an unforgettable year , but not satisfied and said that next year Barcelona will to conquer “all”
Barcelona (DPA) . Lionel Messi said he was happy for the record for goals achieved in 2012, but warned that Barcelona should have won more titles during the year.
“I ended up happy with the goals and records, but the year could have been better...
Barcelona forward, Lionel Messi, broke a 40-year-old record held by Gerd Muller for the most goals in a calendar year. The previous record of eighty five goals was shattered earlier this month and he went on to add five more goals before the winter break in Spain.