It is yet another milestone in Lionel Messi's extraordinary career as the World Cup champion scored his 800th top-level goal.
Messi's goal came from a direct free kick that found the top right corner in the 89th minute to add to Thiago Almada's opener 11 minutes earlier as Argentina beat Panama 2-0 in their first match since winning the World Cup.
He becomes the second player to reach the milestone after Cristiano Ronaldo who holds the all-time record for career goals (830).
His tally includes 672 goals over 17 seasons for Barcelona and 29 for Paris Saint-Germain.
Messi also has 99 international goals and has been Argentina's all-time leading goalscorer since 2016, when he scored against the United States from a free kick in the Copa América Centenario.
On Tuesday against Curaçao, he will have the opportunity to score his 100th international goal which is something no player in Argentina's history has ever done.