New record: 22 consecutive league Clásicos scoring
After the stunning 5-1 win, FC Barcelona equaled the record for scoring in consecutive La Liga matches against Real Madrid
After the X-X in El Clásico, Barça equaled a record in the best football game on the planet. With the goal / goals scored at the Camp Nou, the Blaugrana have now scored in 22 consecutive matches against Real Madrid in the League. The last time Barça didn’t manage a goal in the domestic competition versus their eternal rival was in 2007, a game that ended in defeat (0-1) at the Camp Nou.
In this eleven-year run, the team have accumulated 13 wins, four draws and five defeats. 20 different players have scored against Real Madrid during that time, including six current members of the squad; Messi, Suárez, I. Rakitic, Coutinho, Arturo Vidal and Piqué.
Messi, El Clásico’s great dominator
Messi is the absolute King when it comes to Barça goals in El Clásico. Of the 53 scored in the 22 League games, 15 were the work of the current captain. Suárez is second in this particular list with nine, and third place is shared by Neymar Jr., Alexis and Henry.