100 for Xavi Hernández. That milestone of goals was reached on Sunday against Athletic Club at Spotify Camp Nou.
It has only taken 52 games across all tournaments to get there, eventually thanks to third goal of the night, and converted, predictably enough, by the team's top striker of the new season, Robert Lewandowski.
24 different scorers
The 24 scorers, in descending order, are Lewandowski (17 goals), Aubameyang (13), Ferran Torres (9), Depay (8), Pedri (7), Luuk de Jong i Dembélé (6), Frenkie de Jong and Ansu Fati (5), Jordi Alba and Araujo (3), Gavi, Sergio Busquets, Nico, Sergi Roberto and Jutglà (2), and Piqué, Eric García, Dani Alves, Raphinha, Riqui Puig, Kessie, Abde and Coutinho (1).
Lewandowski has only played in 15 of those games, and yet is already the highest goal-getter under the Catalan manager. Further proof of the Pole's seamless adaptation to his new side.
74 of the 101 goals were scored in La Liga, 10 in the Europa League, eight in the Champions League, four in the Copa del Rey and two in the Spanish Super Cup.