On April 30, 1922, in a France-Spain fixture organised in Bordeaux, Barça forward Paulino Alcántara - the club's top goalscorer with 395 goals in 399 games before he was finally overtaken by Leo Messi - hit the ball so hard that it broke the net.
French goalkeeper, Friess, compared the strength of the shot to a bullet, and since then, the 'net-breaker' scored by the Filipino striker has become the stuff of legend.
For many years after, children from Barcelona would recall that moment and try to do the same as the man from the Philippines, without success it must be said.
Alcántara hung up his boots on July 3, 1927 in order to become a doctor.
That day, he received a well-deserved tribute from the Barça fans at the Les Corts ground, however, that was not his goodbye to football. He was on the board of directors at Barça between 1931 and 1934, and he was also one of the first footballers to write memoirs of his playing days.