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Luis Enrique and Messi hug after the final in Berlin. | GERMÁN PARGA - FCB

We have witnessed all sorts of goals, from every angle and every position. Goals which won games and titles. Now, we are only one away from reaching the 400th landmark in the Luis Enrique era. Since the coaches arrival in the summer of 2014, his team have scored 399 times in a little over two years and these incredible figures increase game after game. One statistic is that this total has been achieved in 139 fixtures and this means the Catalan club have scored at an average of 2.87 goals a game.

Season   Competition Goals Penalties Left foot Right foot Headers Inside box
2014/15 LaLiga 110 6 37 55 16 102
Copa del Rey 34 2 14 15 4 27
Champions League 31 0 10 18 3 28
2015/16 European Supercup 5 0 4 1 0 3
Spanish Supercup 1 0 1 0 0 1
LaLiga 112 11 44 56 9 104
Copa del Rey 27 0 12 12 3 25
Champions League 22 2 10 10 2 21
Club World Cup 6 1 2 3 1 6
2016/17 Spanish Supercup  5 0 2 2 1 4
LaLiga 32 3 13 12 7 27
Champions Leauge 14 0 8 6 0 12
TOTAL 399 25 157 190 46 360

 

The trident flex their muscles

Among the goalscorers three players stand out: Leo Messi, Luis Suárez and Neymar Jr. MSN have found the back of the net a total of 286 times in this period, with the Argentinian leading the scoring charts on 115. Next up is the Uruguayan with 95 and finally the Brazilian with 76. This means, the three forwards have scored 71.7% of the goals since Luis Enrique's arrival. However, it isn't just the three stars up front who have got on the scoresheet as 22 other players have scored as well:

PLAYER GOALS
Messi 115
Suárez 95
Neymar 76
Rakitic 19
Piqué 15
Pedro 12
Munir 10
Rafinha 9
Sandro and Arda 7
Iniesta 5
Mathieu 4
Adriano, Bartra, Sergi Roberto and Jordi Alba 3
Xavi 2
Alves, Sergio Busquets, Adama, Vermaelen and Kaptoum 1

 


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