Shakhtar Donetsk forward Luiz Adriano isn’t as good as Lionel Messi, but you’d be forgiven for thinking he was the Argentine’s equal Tuesday.

Adriano scored five goals in Shakhtar’s 7-0 win over host Bate Borisov in the UEFA Champions League, tying Messi’s record for the most tallies in a game in European soccer’s elite club competition.

Adriano started his scoring spree in the 28th minute when he scored from the penalty spot. Adriano then added a hat trick to his ledger in a breathtaking seven-minute spell that started in the 37th minute.

Adriano set a new Champions League record before halftime.

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In the 82nd minute, the Brazilian joined Messi in the competition’s annals when he converted his second penalty kick of the game.

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Messi set the record in March 2012 when he scored five in Barcelona’s 7-1 win over Bayer Leverkusen.

Messi has plenty of records of his own, so he probably doesn’t mind sharing this one with Adriano.

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