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FC Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi scored his 600th senior goal recently, joining an illustrious club of just eight players who have achieved this. Here are all eight stars who have netted more than 600 official goals in their career.

Click through the gallery above to see all eight players who have scored more than 600 official goals.

The Argentine netted a brace against Chelsea to take his career tally to 602 strikes – 541 with FC Barcelona and another 61 when wearing his national team’s colours.

Of his goals for the Barca, 100 of them came in the UEFA Champions League, becoming only the second player behind Cristiano Ronaldo to reach this mark.

The 30-year-old scored another 373 in LaLiga, 47 in the Copa del Rey, 13 in the Spanish Super Cup, five at the FIFA Club World Cup and another three in UEFA Super Cups.

Only seven players have scored more official career goals than the Blaugrana talisman, according to AS.

His longstanding rival Cristiano Ronaldo sits in sixth place in the ranking, having scored 641 career goals. He currently sits on 439 strikes for Real Madrid, 118 during his time at Manchester United, five in his early days at Sporting Lisbon and another 79 for Portugal.

Read: Conte: What I Told Messi After Chelsea’s UCL Exit

Brazil legend Pele sits at the top of the ranking with 757 goals – 77 in Selecao colours, 643 for Brazilian club Santos and the rest coming from his later stint in Major League Soccer.

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp could have few complaints about the cards his side have been dealt following the draw for the last 16 of the Champions League.

The Reds have been a two legged tie against Portugal giants FC Porto.

Of course the Estadio do Dragao side are no mugs but the draw could hardly have been any kinder to the Reds as they avoided landed European heavyweights Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Juventus.

Klopp’s men could also have faced a 4,500-mile round trip to Ukraine to take on a resurgent Shakhtar Donetsk, who qualified impressively at the expense of Napoli.

The other option was Basel but Kopites have had enough bad memories in that Swiss city to last a lifetime.

Instead it’s Portugal in February. Sergio Conceicao’s side stand between Liverpool and a place in the quarter-finals for the first time since 2009.

It ticks all the boxes. It’s accessible and it’s winnable.

Klopp has plenty of time to do his homework on a side who progressed as runners-up in Group G behind Besiktas.

Naby Keita, who will join Liverpool next summer, can expect a phone call from his future boss having faced Porto twice with RB Leipzig. Porto lost 3-2 away to the Bundesliga side and won 3-1 at home.

Scoring plenty but vulnerable at the other end (they netted 15 and conceded 10 in six group matches), Porto have plenty in common with Liverpool. This won’t be a cagey affair.

Cameroon international striker Vincent Aboubakar will be the main threat. He took his tally for the season to 20 goals in all competitions with a hat-trick in their 5-0 thrashing of Vitoria Setubal on Sunday which took them top of the Portuguese Premier League – ahead of Sporting on goal difference.

The omens are good. Liverpool are unbeaten in their four previous meetings with Porto. Gerard Houllier’s side knocked them out en route to winning the UEFA Cup in 2001. Rafa Benitez then got the better of them in the Champions League group stage in 2007.

The Estadio do Dragao will be rocking on Valentine’s Day but the Reds will have the benefit of home advantage for the second leg on Tuesday, March 6.

Porto keeper Iker Casillas knows only too well what Anfield is like when the stakes are high on European nights. The veteran keeper was part of the shell-shocked Real Madrid side hammered 4-0 at Anfield in 2009.

The two-legged ties brought the best out of Klopp two years ago when Liverpool upset the odds and marched on to the Europa League final in Basel. Repeating the trick among Europe’s elite will be more difficult but the Reds have already showcased what they are capable of when Klopp picks his best XI.

They have a frontline capable of hurting anyone on the continent. Hopes will rise further if the manager bolsters his backline in January.

With Real Madrid facing Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea taking on Barcelona, there will be some big names absent from the last eight, writes the Liverpool Echo.

Liverpool have been handed a glorious opportunity to march on. Raging on Sunday after Everton somehow escaped from Anfield with a point, this is one draw Klopp won’t find difficult to stomach.

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Barcelona were held to a draw at the Mestalla with Jordi Alba cancelling out Rodrigo’s early strike.

However, the game was marred by a controversial incident involving Messi, with the Argentina international seeing a goal wrongly disallowed with the officials failing to notice his ball had considerably crossed the line.

Valverde refused to be too critical after the game, praising Barcelona for the grit and determination showed against their fellow title rivals.

But Spanish outlet Diario Gol say Valverde’s decision not to force the issue has rankled with Messi.

For years, Barcelona and Real Madrid have traded verbal blows.

Media outlets in the region have accused both sides of receiving special treatment from the officials – despite there being little evidence of such.

And Messi supposedly feels Barcelona purposely were cost a vital three points against Valencia.

Diario Gol say Messi made his feelings clear to Valverde after the game.

He supposedly berated the manager, believing him not be interested in defending the interests of the club.

Other heavyweights – though unnamed – reportedly got involved.

However, Valverde has since upped the ante by criticising the decision, labelling it as “absurd”

“What is absurd is that people in the top row of the stadium can see that the ball is in and those below them can’t,” he said in a news conference.

“From the assistant’s view, he couldn’t see it,” he said before tonight’s Copa del Rey clash with Real Murcia.

“I couldn’t, either. But from the moment I saw what happened, I knew it was in because of how Leo celebrated, how the goalkeeper had his head down… [Martin] Montoya went to get the ball to take it back to the middle of the pitch.

“It’s crazy that in such an important game, and at an important moment, the referee doesn’t see it when there are 40,000 people that knew it was a goal.

“Every year there’s an episode like this. Last season it happened to Barca at Real Betis.”