The forward of the FC Barcelona
Leo Messi achieved a double in Mestalla that, in addition to guiding his team to victory, has placed him as the world’s top scorer so far in 2021. The Barça striker scored a goal after missing a penalty and another from a masterful direct free kick to place his box of goals this calendar year at 26. The same ones that he wears Robert Lewandowki, of Bayern, and three more than he has achieved Kylian
Mbappe with the PSG (2. 3).
The Argentine has four games ahead of him in the remainder of this season to continue expanding his scoring income. The first commitment will be on Saturday, May 8 before the Athletic at the Camp Nou, where a victory for the Catalans would allow them to overtake the rojiblancos in the table, and there it will be Messi to try to bring his own closer to triumph, and incidentally take distance with Robert
Lewandowski on the list of world scorers in 2021.