Messi surpassed Ronaldo in the all-time total club goal

Gyanmandu:
Barcelona's Captain and Striker Lionel Messi has now surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo in the all-time total club goals after bagging a brace against Eibar on the final match day of 2018-19 La Liga campaign. Messi scored twice against Eibar in the space of a minute on Sunday to end Barcelona’s La Liga campaign with 87 points on the board. Messi has now scored a total of 602 goals for the Catalan giants while Ronaldo has 601 goals in his club career.
Ronaldo was first to reach the 600-goal milestone with a sensational strike for Juventus against Inter on the 27th of April in a Serie A fixture, while his on-field rival, Lionel Messi pulled off a mind-blowing 28-yard freekick to reach the milestone four days later against Liverpool in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final tie.
Lionel Messi has now scored 602 goals for the La Liga giants Barcelona in just 686 games in across all competition and is also the top scorer in club’s highly rich history. Meanwhile, Ronaldo is on 601 goals in combined 806 appearances for Sporting Lisbon, Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Juventus. Messi has surpassed Ronaldo despite playing 119 games less in his victorious club career. The Argentine is just 41 goals behind to overtake Brazilian legend Pele to become the player with most club goals in the history of football. With 36 goals in La Liga this season Messi is on course to lift his sixth European Golden Shoe with Mbappe rivaling the great man.