Leo Messi now has 15 goals in the Bernabéu | MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

Leo Messi continues his record breaking activities. The man who has scored more goals in Clásicos than anyone else reached 25 goals against Real Madrid on Saturday after scoring the second from the spot in the team’s 3-0 win in the Santiago Bernabéu.

Messi has scored a total of 15 goals at Real Madrid’s ground and 10 at Camp Nou in matches against Barça’s biggest rivals: 17 in the league, two in the Champions League and six in the Spanish Super Cup. Messi has played a total of 37 Clásicos and opened his account back in the 2006/07 season with a hat-trick in a 3-3 draw. 

Messi and Suárez, top goalscorers in La Liga

With their goals in the Santiago Bernabéu, Leo Messi (15) goals and Luis Suárez (10 goals) are now the two top scorers in the league, making them the deadliest partnership in the division with 25 goals. Messi’s goal means he has now scored at least 15 goals in 10 successive league campaigns, something no one else has achieved in La Liga. The Argentine was top scorer in La Liga last season, winning the Golden Shoe as top league scorer in Europe whilst Suárez, now joint second top scorer with Valencia’s Simone Zaza, was top scorer in La Liga and Golden Shoe winner two seasons ago. 

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