13th August, 2018
F.C. Barcelona won its first title of the season a few hours ago by winning the Spanish Super Cup in a match played in Morocco on Sunday.
Even though Lionel Messi did not score a goal on this occasion, he still managed to break yet another record in Barca’s history. One starts to wonder right now: “How many more records are there left for this young man to break in the world of football?”
Messi at this moment stands out alone as the most decorated player in the history of F.C. Barcelona after Sunday’s Supercopa de Espana triumph in Morocco. And that is in his first match after being made the captain of the team. What a way to celebrate it.
The new captain and five-time Ballon d’Or winner has now celebrated his 33rd title at F.C.Barcelona as the LaLiga champions defeated hard-fighting Spanish rivals Sevilla F.C. by two goals to one in Tangier, Morocco.
With this 33rd title, Lionel Messi has now moved ahead of Barca great Andres Iniesta – the man he replaced as skipper following his transfer to Japanese outfit Vissel Kobe – for the most won titles at the Camp Nou.
Lionel Messi’s haul of titles at F.C. Barcelona now include nine LaLiga titles, four Champions League crowns, six Copas del Rey and eight Supercopas as well as three UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup trophies since he made his debut in the first team way back in 2005.
Congratulations from Uneekomunikations to this extra-ordinary superstar of a footballer.