Leo Messi celebrates one of two goals in Saturday's win at Eibar. / MIGUEL RUIZ-FCB

Leo Messi was the star of the show for FC Barcelona in Saturday's 2–0 win over Eibar. Not only did Messi's two goals give Barça three huge points to provisionally extend their lead in La Liga, but they also came in his first visit to Ipurua, which became the 32nd different stadium in which he has scored. Let's take a look at some other interesting facts and figures surrounding the victory.

Messi's second goal at Ipurua was his first scored by header on a corner kick.


Messi now has 43 goals so far this season, two more than the 41 he scored all of last season.


Adriano played in his 100th league match for Barça.


Gerard Piqué won his 150th league match in his 205th game played.


The 2–0 victory was Barça's ninth straight road win across all competitions.


Barça have now won 16 of their last 17 games played.


At Ipurua, Barça completed 655 passes, while Eibar only completed 228.


Martín Montoya led the game in passes with 93.


Sergi Roberto had a match-high 115 touches.