the stadium scoreboard announces how Messi had equalled Cesar's goalscoring record for barcelona

The stadium scoreboard announces how Messi had equalled Cesar's goalscoring record for FC Barcelona

World

  • Only player to win the Ballon d’Or, FIFA World Player, Pichichi trophy and Golden Boot in same season: Leo Messi in season 2009/10.
     
  • Player with most Ballons d’Or won: Leo Messi with four (2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012).
     
  • Player with most Golden Boots: Leo Messi with three (2010, 2011 and 2012)
     
  • Youngest player to win three Ballons d’Or: on January 9 , 2012 Leo Messi got his third aged 24 years, 6 months and 17 days.
     
  • Only time ever that three player from the same team’s youth system were the nominees for the Ballon d’Or: Messi, Xavi and Iniesta were the candidates for Ballon d’Or 2010.
     
  • Record Ballons d’Or from same club: Ten (1 Suárez, 2 Cruyff, 1 Stoichkov, 1 Rivaldo, 1 Ronaldinho and 4 Messi).
     
  • Leading scorer over a season of official games: Leo Messi 73 in the 2011/12 season(50 in L a Liga, 14 in the Champions League, 3 in the Cup,  3 in the Spanish Super Cup, 1 in the European Super Cup and 2 in the World Club Cup).
     
  • Most goals in a calendar year: Leo Messi, with 96 goals in 2012. For Barça 84 goals and 12 for Argentina.
     
  • Most international goals in a calendar year: Leo Messi with 25 gols (13 in Champions League and for Argentina) in 2012, to equal Vivian John Woodward (25 goals in 1909).
     
  • Longest scoring run in La Liga: Messi, with 33 goals in 21 consecutive games in 2012/13.
     

European

  • Player with most appearances in European competitions: Xavi Hernandez (1998-2015), 173 matches.
     
  • Player with most appearances in European Cup / Champions League: Xavi Hernandez (1998-2015), with 157 games.
     
  • Highest goalscorer in Champions League history: Leo Messi, 77 goals in 99 games (tied with Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), 77 goals in 115 games)
     
  • Only player who has been leading scorer in the Champions League for four seasons on the run: Leo Messi from 2008/09 to 2011/12.
     
  • Leading scorer over a European league season since the start of the Golden Boot in 1966/67: Leo Messi 50 goals in 2011/12 season.
     

National

  • Player with most domestic and international titles: Xavi Hernández (1998-2015), with 25 (2 Club World Cups, 4 Champions League, 2 European Super Cups, 8 Ligas, 3 Spanish Cups and 6 Spanish Super Cups).
     
  • Highest all-time scorer in La Liga: Leo Messi, 286 goals in 315 games.
     
  • Leading scorer in a La Liga season: Leo Messi  50 in the 2011/12 season
     
  • Most scorers in official matches in a season: In 2010/11 23 Barcelona players scored at least one in official competitions.
     
  • Most goals scored by players from the youth system: Of the 190 goals scored by Barça in the 2011/12 season, 150 were scored by players from Barça’s youth system (73 Messi, 15 Cesc, 14 Xavi, 13 Pedro, 8 Iniesta, 7 Tello, 5 Puyol, 4 Thiago and Cuenca, 2 Piqué, Sergi Roberto and Sergio Busquets, and 1 Montoya).
     
  • Players with most consecutive wins in la Liga: Sergio Busquets with 25 wins and Carles Puyol with 21 wins between Ligas 2009/10 and 2010/11. 
      
  • Goalkeeper with most Zamora trophies: Antoni Ramallets with five (1951/52, 1955/56, 1956/57, 1958/59 and 1959/60) and Victor Valdes (2004/05, 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11 and 2011/12) 
     
  • Player with most titles won as player and manager: Josep Guardiola, player (1990-2001) and manager (since 2008-2012), has won 30 titles with Barça, has won 30 titles with Barça, 16 as a player and 14 as manager.
     
  • Most consecutive games without losing in a league game: Andres Iniesta with 55 games (47 wins and 8 draws) from the Barça 0, Hercules 2 defeat in week 2 of the 2010/11 season to the Barça1 Real Madrid 2 defeat in week 35 of the 2011/12 season.
     
  • Leading scorer over a season in home games: Leo Messi 46 in the 2011/12 season.
     
  • Leading La Liga scorer over a season in home games:Leo Messi 35 in the 2011/12 season.
     
  • Leading scorer in the second half of a league season:Leo Messi 28 in the 2011/12 season.
     
  • Only player to be the leading scorer and leader in assists over a season:Leo Messi 50 goals in the 2011/12 season and 15 assists (tied with Real Madrid’s Ozil).
     
  • Coach with most titles: Josep Guardiola, with 14 titles from 2008 through 2012 (2 Club World Cups, 2 Champions Leagues, 3 Ligas, 2 Copas del Rey, 2 European Super Cups and 3 Spanish Super Cups). Guardiola is level with Miguel Muñoz (Real Madrid), who won 14 titles from 1959 through 1974 (9 Ligas, 2 Cups, 2 European Cups and 1 Intercontinental Cup).
     
  • Absolute highest goalscorer in one season: Leo Messi, with 75 goals in the 2011/12 season (50 in the Liga, 14 in the Champions League, 3 in the Cop del Rey, 3 in the Spanish Super Cup, 1 in the European Super Cup, 2 in the Club World Cup and 2 in friendly matches).
     
  • Top goalscorer in a Liga game: Ladislao Kubala, seven goals in the match between FC Barcelona and Sporting Gijón (9-0) on February 10, 1952.
     

Club

  • Top goalscorer in history: Leo Messi with 440 goals in 524 games. He started his first team career in 2004 and his goal tally breaks down in the following way: 286 goals in La Liga, 77 in the Champions League, 34 in the Cup, 10 in the Spanish Super Cup, 1 in the European Super Cup, 4 in the Club World Cup, and 28 in friendly matches.
     
  • Top goalscorer in official competitions:  Leo Messi (2004-...), with 412 goals (286 in the Liga, 77 in the Champions League, 34 in the Copa del Rey, 10 in the Spanish Super Cup, 1 in the European Super Cup and 4 in the Club World Cup).
     
  • Top goalscorer in La Liga: Leo Messi (2004-), with 286 goals.
     
  • Top goalscorer in the Cup: Josep Samitier (1919-32), with 65 goals.
     
  • Longest goalscoring run in official competitions: Mariano Martín scored 21 goals in eleven games (8 in Liga and 3 in Cup) between February 14 and May 9, 1943.
     
  • Highest goalscorer in international competitions: Messi (2004 -...), with 82 goals (77 in the Champions League, 1 in the Spanish Supercup and 4 in the Clubs World Cup.
     
  • Top goalscorer in international competitions: Messi (2004 -...), with 56 goals (51 in the Champions League, 1 European Super Cup and 4 in the World Club Cup).
     
  • Top goalscorer in one game: Joan Gamper, 9 goals three times: Franco-Espanyol 0 v FC Barcelona 13, in the Copa Macaya (10-2-1901); Tarragona 0 v FC Barcelona 18, in the Copa Macaya (17 -3-1901); FC Barcelona 13 v Club X 0, in the Copa Barcelona (1-2-1903); Escolà, 9 goals in the game FC Barcelona 11 Real Unión Irún 1 (7-7-1935).
     
  • Top goalscorer in a game in Cup: Eulogio Martínez, seven goals in the game FC Barcelona 8 - At. Madrid 1 (1-5-1957), return leg of cup round of sixteen 1956-57.
     
  • Only players in the history of the club to score in six official competitions in a year: Pedro Rodríguez scored in 2009 in the Spanish Super Cup, European Supercup, Champions League, Liga, Copa del Rey and Clubs World Cup. Leo Messi scored in 2011 in the Spanish Super Cup, European Supercup, Champions League, Liga, Copa del Rey and World Club Cup.
     
  • Players with most goals at the halfway stage of La Liga: Messi with 22 goals halfway through Liga 2011/12 (19 match days), along with César in the Liga 1950/51 (15 match days).
     
  • FC Barcelona players who have been the La Liga top scorers: Mariano Martín (1942/43, 32 goals in 23 games), César Rodríguez (1948/49, 28 goals in 24 games), Cayetano Re (1964/65, 25 goals in 30 games), Carles Rexach (1970/71, 17 goals in 28 games), Hans Krankl (1978/79, 29 goals in 30 games), Enrique Castro, "Quini" (1980/81, 20 goals in 30 games), Enrique Castro "Quini" (1981/82, 26 goals in 32 games), Romario da Souza (1993/94, 30 goals in 33 games), Ronaldo (1996/97, 34 goals in 37 games), Samuel Eto'o ( 2005/06, 26 goals in 35 games), Leo Messi (2009/10, 34 goals in 35 games) and again in the 2011/12 season with 50 goals in 37 games, and again in the 2012/13 season with 46 goals in 32 games
     
  • FC Barcelona goalkeepers that have won the Zamora: Juan Zambudio Velasco (1947/48, 31 goals conceded in 26 games), Antoni Ramallets (1951/52, 40 goals conceded in 28 games), Antoni Ramallets (1955/56, 24 goals in 29 games), Antoni Ramallets (1956/57, 35 goals conceded in 29 games), Antoni Ramallets (1958/59, 22 goals conceded in 28 games), Antoni Ramallets (1959/60, 24 goals in 27 games) , Josep Manuel Pesudo (1965-66, 15 goals in 22 games), Salvador Sadurní (1968/69, 18 goals in 30 games), Miguel Reina (1972/73, 21 goals in 34 games), Salvador Sadurní (1973/74 , 22 goals in 30 games), Salvador Sadurní (1974/75, 19 goals in 24 games), Pedro María Artola (1977/78, 25 goals in 29 games), Francisco Javier González Urruticoechea (1983/84, 26 goals in 32 games), Andoni Zubizarreta (1986/87, 29 goals in 43 games), Víctor Valdés (2004/05, 25 goals in 35 games), Víctor Valdés (2008/09, 31 goals in 35 games), Víctor Valdés (2009 / 10, 24 goals in 38 games), Víctor Valdés (2010/11, 16 goals in 32 games) and again in the 2011/12 season (28 goals in 35 games).
     
  • Only times the Zamora and Pichichi trophies were both won in the : 2009/10 and 2011/12, with Víctor Valdés (Zamora) and Leo Messi (Pichichi)
     
  • Goalkeeper to have lasted the longest without conceding a goal from the start of a Liga season: Claudio Bravo, 754 minutes unbeaten in 2014-15 (clean sheets in eight opening matches and 34 mins of game nine)
     
  • First Barça player to be Liga top scorer three times: Leo Messi in 2009/10, 2011/12 and 2012/13
     
  • FC Barcelona players that have won the Ballon d’Or: Luis Suárez (1960), Johan Cruyff (1973 and 1974), Hristo Stoichkov (1994), Rivaldo (1999), Ronaldinho (2005) and Messi (2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012).
     
  • FC Barcelona players that have won the FIFA World Player: Romario da Souza (1994), Ronaldo (1996), Rivaldo (1999), Ronaldinho (2004 and 2005) and Messi (2009).
     
  • FC Barcelona players that have won the UEFA Golden Boot: Ronaldo (1996/97, 34 goals) and Leo Messi (2009/10, 34 goals; 2011/12, 50 goals, 2012/13, 46 goals).
     
  • Goalkeeper with best average goals conceded in la Liga: Víctor Valdés in La Liga 2010/11 with an average of 0.50 goals (16 goals in 32 games). National record: Liaño (Deportivo) in la Liga 1993/94, with an average of 0.47 goals (18 goals in 38 games).
     
  • Only FCB goalkeeper to ever score a goal: Was Ricardo Zamora, who on December 14, 1919 scored a penalty in the Catalonian Championship game Barça v Internacional (2-1).
     
  • Goalkeeper unbeaten for the most consecutive minutes in official competitions: Víctor Valdés, with 896 minutes without conceding a goal in the 2011/12 season
     
  • Goalkeeper with most minutes without conceding a goal in la Liga: Miguel Reina went 824 minutes without conceding a goal in la Liga in the season 1972-73 (from minute 53 of game 14 to minute 67 of game 23).
     
  • Player with most appearances: Xavi Hernández. 869 games (1998-2015)
     
  • Player with most appearances in official competitions: Xavi Hernández (1998-2015), with 767 games
     
  • Player with most appearances in Liga: Xavi Hernández. 505 games (1998-2015)
     
  • Player with most appearances in international competitions: Xavi Hernández, 178 games (1998-2015)
     
  • Youngest player to debut with the first team: Paulino Alcántara, 15 years, 4 months and 18 days. His debut was on February 25, 1912 in the game FC Barcelona 9 - Català 0 in the Catalonian Championship, and he scored three goals.
     
  • Most total years as manager: Jack Greenwell, 12 years (1913-1923 and 1931-1933)
     
  • Manager with best percentage of titles: Josep Guardiola, 14 titles from the 19 possible between 2008  and 2012.
     
  • Managers nominated for the FIFA Manager of the Year: Josep Guardiola in 2011.