FC Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi kept on breaking records, as he set his 100th UEFA Champions League goals after Barca won 3-0 win over Chelsea.
Argentine marksman opened the scoring just only 129 seconds on Wednesday night, beating Thibaut Courtois from a tight angle.
Messi felt grateful with his brace which helped the Catalans to dump out Chlease out of the tournament.
“I’m happy to have reached 100 goals in such a beautiful competition, but the important thing was to move forward in a difficult match against a team with lots of really good players,” Messi told UEFA.
“We managed to score early and this was important. I’m happy with how it all happened.
“This was a tough match and we were strong as a team. When we scored the third then the tie was practically ours.”
Barcelona will know their fate as to whom they will play next on the quarter finals when UEFA makes last eight draw in Friday, 16 March.