While Messi tries to break the all-time scoring mark, another record could fall in Champions League.
Manager Brendan Rodgers acknowledged his job could be under threat after Liverpool slipped to a third consecutive Premier League defeat at Crystal Palace.
Delhi Dynamos almost sealed the match in the first half by scoring two goals but NorthEast United came back brilliantly to get one back in a thrilling encounter.
- Manchester City's hope of qualifying for the last 16 in Europe hang in the balance with two group matches remaining.
- "Real Madrid is a very well structured club," said Ancelotti, highlighting that the club also enjoyed "formidable brand management".
- Messi is poised to take sole possession of the competition's all-time scoring record just three days after he rewrote the Spanish league's record books.