Pedro provided the assist for Messi to score against Levante / MIGUEL RUIZ-FCB

FC Barcelona striker Pedro Rodríguez has reached 300 official games after appearing against Levante on Sunday. He debuted with the first team in the 2007/08 season under Frank Rijkaard, replacing Samuel Eto'o for the final three minutes of the match against Murcia at Camp Nou.

The following season, under coach Pep Guardiola, Pedro split time between Barça B and the first team. In 2009/10 the Canary Island native became a full-time member of the FC Barcelona squad, achieving outstanding success. At the end of 2009 he became the first player in history to score at least one goal in all competitions in a calendar year.

After the game with Levante, he appeared on Barça TV to say “it was a great match and we got a good win … I could have scored but in general I am happy with the work the team put in and it was nice to see that the fans enjoyed it.”

More generally, he added that “I am happy, I’m training well. Everyone would like to get more chances and I’m not giving up. I give it everything I have got when I’m out on the pitch.”

Pedro’s matches

Pedro’s 300 matches have come in all six competitions in which he has participated: 190 in La Liga, 57 in the UEFA Champions League, 38 in the Spanish Cup, 9 in the Spanish Super Cup, 2 in the European Super Cup, and 4 in the FIFA Club World Cup. He has scored 97 goals so far.

The forward has won 16 titles in his 300 games while wearing the Barça colours.

4 League titles
2 UEFA Champions League titles
2 Spanish Cups
2 European Super Cups
4 Spanish Super Cups
2 FIFA Club World Cups


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