His goal against Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday meant he has scored against more Champions League rivals than any other player, taking his number of victims to 34.
Not too long ago, Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 700th career goal and then also edged to one goal from a century of international strikes.
The only man ahead of the Portuguese is Iranian Ali Daei on 109.
With just 11 more goals to get, you can bet your house on CR706 breaking that.
At this stage of their careers, Messi and Ronaldo are rewriting history with basically every act on the pitch.
Messi has scored an average of 51 club goals since 2010, while Ronaldo isn’t far behind his great rival.
On Monday, the Argentina and Barcelona genius could add another record to his achievements when this year’s Ballon d’Or is awarded.
With this year’s Fifa’s Best award already at home, the 32-year-old is up against Ron and Virgil van Dijk and if he wins it, will be out on his own after being name the best player in the world for the sixth time.
He and Ronaldo, with five awards, have been the dominant forces in world football in the last decade. And with 2020 fast approaching, least name an XI to join them.
My team of the 2010s:
Goalkeeper: Manuel Neuer
Defenders: Dani Alves, Sergio Ramos, Gerard Pique, Marcelo
Midfield: Andres Iniesta, Toni Kroos, Luka Modric
Attack: Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Cristiano Ronaldo