Fear in Barcelona: Leo Messi stretchered retires hurt
The desire to be the best and to beat the record of the “Torpedo” Muller can be very expensive for Leo Messi and by extension for FC Barcelona. Leo Messi had to leave the pitch on a stretcher after suffering an injury to his left knee.
The Argentinian, that he had not been the owner, entered the minute 57 replacing Rafinha and in the 84 he found himself in front of Artur, goal of Benfica, the one he overtook with a self-pass, but the meta fell on his left knee.
The first impression is that it does not seem too serious, according to Catalonia Radio, but the player will undergo an MRI to determine how long he will be inactive. According to Barça TV, the star suffers from a bruise on the outside of his left knee. Messi was looking to equal the record of the German 'Torpedo' Müller, what in 1972 achievement 85 goals. The Argentine adds 84.