Pedro Rodríguez celebrating at the Bernabéu / MIGUEL RUIZ-FCB

12 January 2008. Makes his debut with the Barça first team in a game against Murcia. He comes on to replace Samuel Eto’o in the final few minutes.

16 August 2009. Scores his first goal for FC Barcelona in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup. The goal puts Barça 2-1 up against Athletic at San Mamés

28 August 2009. Goal in the second half of extra time gives Barça the European Super Cup title against Shaktar Donetsk, becoming the hero of Monaco.

16 December 2009. Scores against Atlante in the semi-final of the World Club Cup and achieves something nobody had managed at that point – score in six competitions in the same year. Three days later he would score again in the final.

10 April 2010. Score the second in a 2-0 win at the Santiago Bernabéu. Barça end the season as league champions with 99 points.

26 January 2011. Reaches 100 games with the first team, in which time he scored 41 goals.

29 January 2011. He starts his best goalscoring run in the league, having scored in six consecutive league matches, equaling the feat of Escolà, Quini and Stoichkov.

28 May 2011. Grabs the first in the Champions League final against Manchester United. Barça run out 3-1 winners.

21 September 2013. First hat-trick comes in a 4-0 win in Vallecas against Rayo Vallecano. In time he would score two more – against Getafe in the league and against Huesca in the Copa del Rey.

11 August 2015. His final goal as a blaugrana hands the Club another European Super Cup. It again comes in the second half of extra time, on this occasion in Tbilisi against Sevilla.

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