No player in any single season, in any country or any era, has scored more goals than the 72 that Lionel Messi has accounted for in the 2011-2012 campaign. With a four-goal performance over the weekend, Messi added to his European record, which he had already taken from German legend Gerd Mueller. Barcelona still has two matches to play, so Messi could add to his total before his record-setting season comes to a close, but here's a look at all of the goals he has amassed this season — so far. Enjoy:
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