Days passed and we've seen players get their heads into the game creating and breaking previous records. This is an immense feat every player would like to achieve while battling on the field of play.
How miraculous it is to sign players on the deadline of transfer day. Well, Turkish club Elazigspor added their name to the Guinness World Records when they signed 22 players in two hours of transfer deadline. Twelve of these players are on a permanent deal while ten are on loan. This really an amazing stunt pulled by the team.
Sergio Aguero equalled Alan Shearer's 11 premier league hat tricks. His hat trick again Chelsea in their 6-0 win gave the Argentine a leveller and he's likely on the verge of surpassing and setting a new record. He equally is Manchester city's highest goal scorer of all time with 222 goals ahead of Eric Brook(177goals).
BATE Borisov equally had a good time into the game during their Europa league clash with Arsenal. Arsenal really produced their worst display since Unai Emery's appointment against the Belarus club. BATE has never won an European knockout match in their history. However, there's always a first time and they had that time with the Gunners. Their 1-0 home win kept them afloat advantageously in the tournament.
Uwe Seeler's(GER) 404 league goal record was overtaken by Lionel Messi during Barcelona's 1-0 victory over Valladolid. Uwe Seeler(1954-1972) has 404 goals in 476 league games while Messi(2005-present) 405 gaols in 440 league matches. The Argentina skipper has also done well, having scored 30+ club goals in 11 consecutive seasons since 2008/09.
Piatek Krzysztof has become the talk of the town in and outside AC Milan with a tremendous start for the club. He made history by scoring his first six Milan goals in 310 minutes of competitive football. This achievement crushed and surpassed previous holder, Gunnar Nordahl who kept his record at 419 minutes. Piatek's brace against Atlanta during their away win was an epitome of football beauty.
Records come in positive and negative forms. No matter the direction, a record achieved is a record obtained. Sergio Ramos sets new laliga red card records. The Spaniard has been sent off 19 times in laliga and 25 in his entire career. He overtakes Alvaro Pablo and Xavi Aguado as the dirtiest player in laliga.