Couldn't catch every one of Lionel Messi's record-breaking 86 soccer goals this year? Well, good news: A new YouTube video condenses Messi's achievements into about 10 glorious minutes.
The video shows the Barcelona club and Argentina national team dynamo scoring at a rate the dominant kid might on your local AYSO pitch -- except Messi did it against the world's best, tallying 86 goals in 66 games.
It took Muller 60 matches to reach 85 goals in 1972, but The New York Times points out that Muller scored 12 of those in an "obscure" and "short-lived" tournament called the German League Cup.
Soon after the feat, Muller congratulated Messi on his achievement.
"My record stood for 40 years -- 85 goals in 60 games -- and now the best player in the world has broken it, and I'm delighted for him. He is an incredible player, gigantic," Muller told Sport1.de, according to the Associated Press.
Watch, and be amazed.