Leo Messi is the epitome of a big game player. The Barça star is the all-time top goalscorer in El Clásico history, and Real Madrid are one of the sides against whom he has been at his most prolific. He has scored 25 goals in 37 games against Los Blancos (17 in LaLiga, 6 in the Spanish Super Cup and 2 in the Champions League). Fifteen of those goals have come at the Santiago Bernabéu, and 10 have been scored at this weekend's venue: The Camp Nou.
Thus far this season he has found the net 32 times in LaLiga and 43 times in total. With four games of the domestic competition to go, he leads the European Golden Shoe rankings ahead of Mohamed Salah (31), Ciro Immobile (29) and Robert Lewandowski (28).
In this video we look back at Messi's 10 goals at the Camp Nou against Real Madrid, which includes everything from free kicks, shots from open play and penalties, to right footed strikes, left footed rockets and even a hat trick.