Spanish League scores
Leo Messi has almost broken every scoring record in Barcelona history but the Argentine reached yet another milestone when he scored his 400th goal for the club in the third minute of injury time against Valencia on Saturday evening in front of a packed Camp Nou.
Barcelona maintained a 1-0 lead for the entire 90 minutes and in the 93rd minute, Messi fired in a last-chance shot to put his side up 2-0 and secure the much-needed win.
In his career, Messi has scored 278 goals in La Liga, 75 in the Champions League, 32 in the Copa del Rey, 10 in the Spanish Super Cup, 4 in the Club World Cup and 1 in the European Super Cup.
Messi continues to distance himself in the La Liga scoring chart as his 277 lead the only active player with a chance to break his record, Cristiano Ronaldo, who has 215, while the two players are equal on 75 goals in the Champions League.