Saturday, 1 October 2016


From the ongoing football season all across the Europe from domestic leagues to Europe club competitions.

Pundit Sport take a look at some records that are possible to be broken this season and possible set new records to them.

**1. Manchester United can become the first Premier League club to score 2000 points in the history of the Premier League.
They are 48 points off the total from the start of this ongoing 2016-17 Premier League season which kick off on August 13.

**2. German player, Philip Lahm (481) can reach the 500 appearance mark for Bayern Munich.

**3. Cristiano Ronaldo from the start of this season (93) can become the first player to score 100 Champions League/European Cup goals.
He is currently 2 goals to away to it after playing and scoring in some Europe games already played this season.

**4. Everton midfielder Gareth Barry (595) might surpass Ryan Giggs (632) in the Premier League's all-time appearance ranking if he plays every game this season.

**5.  Wayne Rooney (245) is just four goals away from equaling Manchester United's  all-time goal record currently held by club legend Sir Bobby Charlton.
Rooney have scored one goal so far in the current Premier League campaign and will be looking for three more goals to equal the record.

**6. Lionel Messi could become the first Barcelona player to score 500 goals for the club in competitive matches. He begins this season campaign with 456 goals in bag already.

**7. Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti is bidding to become the first coach to win the Champions League four times.

**8. Zlatan Ibrahimovic will finish top of the table for the 14th time in 16 years If Manchester United win the Premier League this season - a total of unsurpassed at the top level in recent memory.
England will be the fifth country that he's won a league title in after winning in Netherlands, Italy, Spain and France.

**9. Juventus might become the first club in Serie A history to win six consecutive league title if they become the League champion at the end of the season.

**10. Either or Both Lionel Messi (23) or Cristiano Ronaldo (26) could surpass Ryan Gigg's record (30) of assists in the Champions League.



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