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Lionel Messi can’t stop scoring good goals

You probably don’t want to give him the ball in open field.


Fresh off of scoring a brace against Real Madrid, including the last second goal that lifted Barcelona to a historic El Clasico victory, Lionel Messi picked up right where he left off by scoring the opener in today’s La Liga match versus Osasuna. It took him less than 15 minutes to get the Blaugrana on the board after he created a turnover by pressing their backline, running in on goal and chipping the goalkeeper like it was the easiest finish he’s ever had.

What may be the best goal most players around the world would ever score, this one probably wouldn’t even make a Messi career highlight reel. He’s truly incredible.

He didn’t stop there either as he followed up his first with another very good goal to make it 4-1.