Barcelona's Lionel Messi (R) celebrates his goal during a Champions League Group F soccer match against Ajax at Amsterdam Arena stadium in Amsterdam November 5, 2014. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
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Barcelona forward Lionel Messi equaled the Champions League scoring record of 71 goals when he struck for the second time in the 76th minute of Wednesday's 2-0 Group F win over Ajax.Messi moved within one goal of the record when he headed home Marc Bartra's hooked cross after 36 minutes in the Amsterdam Arena to draw level on 70 goals with Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo.Bayern Munich eased past AS Roma 2-0 with goals from Franck Ribery and Mario Goetze to advance to the Champions League knockout stage as Group E winners with two games to spare.
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