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More than 12 years of goals

Messi’s first goal at Camp Nou came on 1 May 2005 against Albacete. Number 300 came against Eibar on 19 September, some 4,524 days later. 



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A five and five fours

When Messi plays everything is possible. The best player in the world has scored four goals in a game on five occasions at Camp Nou (Arsenal, Valencia, Espanyol, Osasuna and Eibar) and five on one occasion (Bayer Leverkusen) at home also. 



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Three goals in a game more than 20 times

A player capable of scoring four or five goals in a game is, of course, capable of scoring three in a match. Leo Messi has done it more than 20 times, his first ever coming against none other than Real Madrid in 2007. 



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Favourite victim: Espanyol

Of the 300 goals he has scored at Camp Nou, Messi has scored most against Espanyol. The Argentine has found the net 15 times at home to Barça’s city rivals, 14 against Atlético, Sevilla and Osasuna. 



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Camp Nou, venue for impossible records

Camp Nou has seen some records in its time and one of the most impressive came the day that Leo Messi broke Telmo Zarra’s league goalscoring record on 22 November 2014. 



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Goals in finals

In finals Leo Messi has also been exceptional at Camp Nou. No better example is the wonderful goal he scored in the 2015 Copa del Rey final against Athletic Club, one of the finest goals the Argentine has ever scored for Barça. 


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His best goal at Camp Nou?

His best strike at home was without doubt on 18 April 2007 against Getafe in the Copa del Rey. He picked up the ball in midfield and did his best impression of Diego Maradona to score a seemingly impossible goal. 


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Three different shirt numbers

The goal against Getafe came with Messi wearing the number 19 shirt; previously he had scored with the number 30. Nervertheless, he has scored the vast majority of the goals at Camp Nou wearing his famous number 10 shirt. 

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302 goals….if you count Argentina

Messi’s amazing total at Camp Nou would be even greater if we were to include the two goals the striker scored playing for the Argentinian national side. 

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A stadium that loves him

All these goals have converted Messi into an authentic god at the Camp Nou. The blaugranes’ home regularly pays tribute to the number 10 in song, in writing and in every way they can. The message is always the same: thanks, Leo! 

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