Vinicius breaks Messi's Clasico record

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Real Madrid attacker Vinicius Jr capped off a memorable evening by breaking an El Clasico record that was previously held by Lionel Messi.

Los Blancos reclaimed top spot in LaLiga on Sunday night with a 2-0 victory over the fierce rivals at the Santiago Bernabeu.

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The Brazilian winger got the game's opening goal by racing the down left before firing past Marc Ter Stegen via a deflection off Gerard Pique.

In doing so, Vinicius became the youngest to player to score in an El Clasico fixture in the 21st century at 19 years and 233 days, beating the record Messi set in 2007.

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