With the goal against Atlético Madrid, the Argentine leads the standings with 14 goals
Messi's goal against Atlético Madrid in the Spanish Super Cup puts him at the forefront of the top scorers ranking in the competition. It was his 14th goal in the 19 games he has played in the competition, and the match also means he has played the most times in the Super Cup (11). His favourite victim is Real Madrid, against whom he has scored six goals, followed by Sevilla with four, Athletic Club, with three and the latest against the Rojiblancos. Barça's No.10 has now scored twice as many goals in the competition as the second highest scorer: Raúl, with seven and, in addition, Messi is also the player who has won the most titles (eight).
Griezmann closes the circle against Spanish top flight opponents
With his goal against Atlético Madrid, the Frenchman has now managed to score against every rival (33) he has faced from the Spanish top flight. His favourite victims throughout his career are Athletic Club, Valencia, Celta and Valladolid, against whom he's scored eight goals.
Ansu Fati, the youngest player to make his debut in the Spanish Super Cup
Ansu Fati continues to break records. The Barça player has become the youngest ever to make his debut in the Spanish Super Cup, doing so against Atlético Madrid at only 17 years and 70 days old and in the process surpassing the ex-Blaugrana Nano, who did so at 17 years and 117 days in 1999.