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Marc Bartra celebrating the league title this season / MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

Marc Bartra will leave FC Barcelona this summer after 12 years with the club, having agreed to join German side Borussia Dortmund.

The defender has contributed greatly to the success of the club, winning every title possible. Below is a collection of his standout stats and facts from his long spell at his boyhood team:

First team debut: Pep Guardiola handed Bartra his debut at the Vicente Calderon against Atletico Madrid in the 2010/11 season, which ended in a 2-1 win for the home team.


Debut at Camp Nou: His first appearance in front of his own supporters came in the same season, in a 5-1 win over Ceuta in the Copa del Rey.


First Champions League game: A few weeks later, Bartra made his Champions League debut in a 2-0 home win over Rubin Kazan, the season in which Barça went on to claim the title at Wembley.


First goal: On the final day of the 2010/11 season, Bartra scored his first goal for the club against Malaga at La Rosaleda in a 3-1 win.


Scorer in the Copa del Rey final: Trailing 1-0 against Real Madrid in the cup final, Bartra rose to head his side level in a game where he was making his 50th appearance for the club. Unfortunately, Barça would go on to lose 2-1 in extra-time.


Bartra has had four different managers: Guardiola, Tito Vilanova, Tata Martino and Luis Enrique. The season in which he featured the most was 2013/14 under Martino, where he went on to make 30 appearancese.


The centre-back has played 101 matches for Barça: 59 in the league, 22 in the Champions League, 18 in the Copa del Rey, one in the European Super Cup and one in Spanish Super Cup.


Of his 101 matches, Bartra started on 65 occasions, meaning a 64.5% start ratio of his total appearances.


His win rate is not bad either, having come away victorious 79 times out of his 101 matches, and losing just eight.


Bartra has won an incredible 14 titles with the club: five La Liga titles, two Champions Leagues, two Copa del Reys, two Spanish Super Cups, two European Super Cups and one Club World Cup.

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