Lionel Messi is from another planet. But you likely already knew that.

Over the weekend, the five-time FIFA Ballon d'Or winner netted a trademark free kick to bring his goal tally to 299 and later produced an out-of-this-world, choreographed penalty kick that sent tremors around the footballing realm, cheekily laying the ball off to help Luis Suarez complete his hat trick en route to Barcelona's 6-1 rout of Celta Vigo.

By doing so, the Argentinian sacrificed scoring his 300th La Liga goal, but the wait to reach the landmark wasn't going to last long at all.

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The 28-year-old went on another one of his mazy runs and fired a low, left-footed shot to open the scoring against Sporting Gijon on Wednesday and to reach the milestone. Watch:

GOOOOOOOOOOOL
#300, #300 de Leo @TeamMessi en @LaLiga@RealSporting 0-1 @FCBarcelona_es https://t.co/j89azG0y8P

— beIN SPORTS Español (@ESbeINSPORTS) February 17, 2016

Six minutes later, he did one better, notching his 301st (and Barcelona's 10,000th). He's the first to reach that milestone for any La Liga club.

GOOOOOOOOOOOL
LEOOOOOOO @TeamMessi ya tiene doblete y es el gol 10.000 del @FCBarcelona_es https://t.co/Hs83V4NfUv

— beIN SPORTS Español (@ESbeINSPORTS) February 17, 2016

Keep doing your thing, Leo. We'll be writing about No. 400 soon enough.

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