Netease Sports reported on October 25:
Messi, who scored 26 goals, is a country
In Whoscored's post-match score, Messi rarely scored a low score of 6.59. Messi took 3 shots and 2 shots on goal, with only 1 key pass. Messi's long-range pass directly created Fati's goal to tie the score. Unfortunately, Barcelona needs Messi to do, obviously more.
At the Nou Camp tonight, Messi had the opportunity to help Barcelona take the lead. In the 24th minute, Messi got a pass from Fati on the right side of the penalty area. After stopping the ball in the chest, Messi and Ramos formed a one-on-one. Messi buckled his left foot lightly, and he easily left the Real Madrid captain behind him. But Messi's subsequent right-footed shot was too obvious. He made it clear that he wanted to kick the bottom right corner of the goal. Courtois stretched out his long arm to keep the ball out.
After Ramos scored the controversial penalty, what Barcelona needed most at this time was a goal, but Messi basically did not appear in the camera again. In the case of Real Madrid's overall formation recovery, Messi was mediocre because of lack of space. When Modric scored the third goal for Real Madrid, the broadcast was aimed at Messi, and the Argentine looked solemn at this time.
After the Magic Flute scored, Messi was also shown a yellow card by referee Munuela. It turned out that Messi was still protesting because of Ramos' penalty kick, and Munueira punished the Argentine with a yellow card. Ramos' penalty kick is indeed controversial, but Messi and even Barcelona as a whole fell into chaos in the subsequent mood swings, which is also an indisputable fact.