What is Lionel Messi's best UEFA Champions League performance?

On March 14, 2018, Leo Messi netted his 100th UEFA Champions League goal for FC Barcelona in a 3-0 win over Chelsea.

Messi was at his magnificent best against the Blues, scoring after just 128 seconds in the Camp Nou from a tight angle before setting up Osumane Dembélé.

The Argentine then completed the night with a second goal which marked his 100th strike in the competition.

Messi has scored a host of incredible goals in the Champions League and here are some of his best moments in the competition.

FC Barcelona 5-2 Olympique Lyonnais: Following a draw in Lyon, Barça were looking to progress to the last eight of the Champions League.

Up stepped Messi, carving his way through the Lyon defence following some good link-up play before slotting the ball into the bottom corner.

FC Barcelona 6-1 PSG: Needing a miracle to progress through the Champions League, Barça produced one of the best comebacks in football history to seal a place in the quarter-finals.

Messi was integral to the miraculous turnaround, scoring a penalty in the 50th minute as part of the magnificent 6-1 triumph.

Real Madrid 0-2 FC Barcelona: The two rivals went head-to-head in the semi-finals of the Champions League in 2011.

In the first leg at the Bernabéu Stadium, Messi stole the show, scoring two sensational goals to help Barça down their old rivals and progress to the final of the Champions League.

FC Barcelona 3-1 Arsenal: Following a shock 2-1 defeat at the Emirates Stadium, Barça had work to do in order to down the London club.

With a tight first half nearing its conclusion, Messi showed why he’s regarded as one of the greatest of all time, flicking the ball over the head of the onrushing Manuel Almunia before slamming into the net.

FC Barcelona 3-1 Manchester United: Following his heroics in the semi-finals against Real Madrid in 2011, Messi showed up on the biggest of occasions once more.

With the game locked at 1-1, Messi blasted a thunderous effort into the bottom corner at Wembley to pick up his third Champions League medal.

What is Lionel Messi's best UEFA Champions League performance?

On March 14, 2018, Leo Messi netted his 100th UEFA Champions League goal for FC Barcelona in a 3-0 win over Chelsea.

Messi was at his magnificent best against the Blues, scoring after just 128 seconds in the Camp Nou from a tight angle before setting up Osumane Dembélé.

The Argentine then completed the night with a second goal which marked his 100th strike in the competition.

Messi has scored a host of incredible goals in the Champions League and here are some of his best moments in the competition.

FC Barcelona 5-2 Olympique Lyonnais: Following a draw in Lyon, Barça were looking to progress to the last eight of the Champions League.

Up stepped Messi, carving his way through the Lyon defence following some good link-up play before slotting the ball into the bottom corner.

FC Barcelona 6-1 PSG: Needing a miracle to progress through the Champions League, Barça produced one of the best comebacks in football history to seal a place in the quarter-finals.

Messi was integral to the miraculous turnaround, scoring a penalty in the 50th minute as part of the magnificent 6-1 triumph.

Real Madrid 0-2 FC Barcelona: The two rivals went head-to-head in the semi-finals of the Champions League in 2011.

In the first leg at the Bernabéu Stadium, Messi stole the show, scoring two sensational goals to help Barça down their old rivals and progress to the final of the Champions League.

FC Barcelona 3-1 Arsenal: Following a shock 2-1 defeat at the Emirates Stadium, Barça had work to do in order to down the London club.

With a tight first half nearing its conclusion, Messi showed why he’s regarded as one of the greatest of all time, flicking the ball over the head of the onrushing Manuel Almunia before slamming into the net.

FC Barcelona 3-1 Manchester United: Following his heroics in the semi-finals against Real Madrid in 2011, Messi showed up on the biggest of occasions once more.

With the game locked at 1-1, Messi blasted a thunderous effort into the bottom corner at Wembley to pick up his third Champions League medal.