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Marvellous Messi hits hat trick

Marvellous Messi hits hat trick

Lionel Messi was praised by resistance supporters Sunday after he scored a remarkable cap trap in Barcelona's 4-1 succeed at Real Betis, which put the Catalans 10 points clear at the highest point of La Liga with 10 recreations remaining. 

With Barca's closest challenger Atletico Madrid tumbling to a 2-0 rout at Athletic Bilbao the earlier day, Messi got Barca off to a perfect begin by penetrating a free kick into the best corner of the net in the eighteenth moment. 


The Argentine set Barca further quiet with another strike toward the finish of the principal half, completing off a backheeled go from Luis Suarez as the two South American advances cut their way through Betis' resistance. 

Uruguay forward Suarez had botched a few clear opportunities to score however he at long last got his reward for an enthusiastic act with an objective in the 63rd moment, moving past four Betis players on an astonishing run which started in his very own half. 

Loren Moron pulled one back for Betis in the 82nd moment however Messi answered with an extravagant first-time throw in off the crossbar to finish his treble and the Betis supporters reacted by reciting the Argentine's name and bowing down to him. 

It was an absolutely prevailing exhibition from the La Liga pioneer which retaliated for its 4-3 misfortune at home to Betis in November and took it on to 66 points after 28 amusements, while Atletico has 56 and third-set Real Madrid 54. 

PSG downs rival Marseille 

Heavenly attendant Di Maria scored twice as Paris Saint-Germain facilitated to a 3-1 triumph over Marseille Sunday to expand its long unbeaten keep running against its most despised opponent and move 20 points clear at the Ligue 1 summit. 

A gathering of PSG ultras were boycotting the opening phases of the amusement over the group's stun Champions League rout by Manchester United, however when they arrived they were given a sixteenth win in 19 gatherings with Marseille, close by three draws, to cheer. 

Kylian Mbappe place PSG in front on the stroke of half-time with his 26th group objective of the period, yet Valere Germain leveled in the main moment of the second time frame. 

Entomb edges Milan 

Entomb Milan moved above city rival AC Milan into third spot in Serie A with a thrilling 3-2 derby triumph at San Siro that finished a five-coordinate winning keep running for Gennaro Gattuso's hosts. 

Matias Vecino's objective gave the Nerazzurri a merited halftime lead before Stefan De Vrij and Lautaro Martinez, with a punishment, struck after the break, while objectives from Milan's Tiemoue Bakayoko and Mateo Musacchio kept the Rossoneri in the diversion. 

Entomb mentor Luciano Spalletti was confronting expanding weight after his side was thumped out of the Europa League in the last 16 by Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday. 

Be that as it may, he was left pleased as his group extended its unbeaten Milan derby raced to six amusements, their best spell since 1999, and moved to 53 points, two clear of fourth-set Milan.