Lionel Messi is unstoppable. Neither the circumstance in Catalonia nor the absence of fans in the Camp Nou thwarted his fabulous run of form. He did what he generally does: score goals
The Argentine forward found the back of the net in Barcelona’s 3-0 home win over Las Palmas, adding another two goals to his great goalscoring streak toward the start of the season.
He exploited Denis Suarez’s assist to score the first goal before rounding up Chichizola with a soft dribble in the second after Luis Suarez’s pass set him free inside the 18-yard box
With the win, Barcelona’s seventh in succession in La Liga this season, Messi managed to wind up noticeably the first Barca player in 67 years to score 11 goals in the first seven LaLiga games.
Up till now, no one at the Catalan club had managed to equal the goalscoring run set by Cesar Rodriguez in 1950.