FC Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi set another record in the Catalan club's 3-2 win over Real Madrid on Sunday night.
The Argentine was on fire in the Blaugrana's victory at the Santiago Bernabeu on the weekend, during which he scored a brace to take Barca to the top of the league table.
Messi has been El Clasico's leading scorer for some time now and extended his tally to 23 goals in the fixture, but his first strike against Real saw him become the all-time leading scorer in league El Clasicos.
The 29-year-old surpassed Alfredo Di Stefano's record of 14 league strikes in the famous derby, with his second goal of the night seeing him go even further ahead on 16 goals.
Messi's injury-time winner on Sunday came with just seconds remaining on the clock, after Jordi Alba spotted his late run into the box.
The Albiceleste captain has now scored 47 goals and assisted a further 17 strikes in 46 matches across all competitions for the Blaugrana this season.
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