At the Vicente Calderón on Sunday, FC Barcelona won the league for the 23rd time, and the first with Luis Enrique on the bench. The Asturian coach used 20 first team players plus two from the reserves (Munir and Sandro) en route to the title. Claudio Bravo and Leo Messi played the most minutes in the championship, 3,330 and 3,285 respectively.

As for goalscoring, the ‘trident’ of Leo Messi, Neymar Jr and Luis Suárez have smashed all kinds of records with a combined total of 79 goals: 41 for the Argentinian, 22 from the Brazilian and 16 from the Uruguayan. That’s 73% of the total league goals scored by the team. In all, 14 players found the target this season, with Gerard Piqué fifth with five goals. That's his highest tally since he joined FC Barcelona.

It’s Leo Messi who tops the assists podium with 18, followed by Luis Suárez with 14 and Xavi Hernández with eight. The team made a total of 24,888 passes in the league, of which 21,945 were good, an 88% accuracy rate. Sergio Busquets tops the list with 2,036 good passes.

Here’s a look at all of the first team players’ stats from this season’s Liga campaign:

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