Messi continues to show great influence in La Liga this season by leading statistics on three professional aspects before the tournament is postponed.
Messi led 3 spectacular statistics in La Liga before being postponed
Goal – Messi
After 27 rounds, despite missing 5 matches, Messi still leads with 19 goals, more than Benzema 5.
If he maintains this achievement, Messi will surpass Zarra, a legend of Athletic Bilbao, to become the player with the most La Liga top scorer titles when both are 6.
Messi also occupies the number one position in this statistics with 12 assists from the beginning of the season. This means he has participated directly in 31 goals in 22 matches, the number again reflects the level and importance of Barca.
In the second place with eight assists is Real Sociedad’s Cristian Portu, ahead of Luis Suarez (Barcelona), Rodrigo (Valencia) and Roberto Torres (Osasuna) all with 7.
Another offensive statistic that Messi leads and has a big difference. The Argentinian striker has made 118 dribbles, ahead of second-place is Nabil Fekir (Betis), who is showing excellent qualities proven in Ligue 1.
Pass the ball – Messi
The two Barca players led this aspect with Sergio Busquets successfully passing 1871 passes, while Gerard Pique was 1857.
Dani Parejo (1617), Toni Kroos (1608) and Ever Banega (1576) finished the top 5.
Recover the ball – Messi
Casemiro has been a reliable assurance in the midfield for Real Madrid for many years. He was the one who destroyed the opponent’s play perfectly. “Number 14” currently leads the statistics on the most number of ball recalls (53).
Espanyol versatile left-winger Adria Pedrosa reaches the highest speed after 27 laps with 35.11 km per hour.
Only two other players who have reached the 35 km / h milestone are Real Madrid’s Fede Valverde (35.06) and Hante’s Hernani (35).
The day Messi passed Di Stefano in terms of goals scored at the Super Classics
Lionel Messi became the top scorer in the history of the Super Classic matches exactly six years ago. On March 23, 2014, the Argentinian striker scored a hat-trick against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu and scored 19 goals to surpass his compatriot Alfredo Di Stefano.
It was one of Messi‘s most memorable days when he participated in all goals for Barca in a 4-3 victory.
First, Messi created for Andres Iniesta to open the score very early. Before the break, he brought the match back to balance after Karim Benzema scored twice.
Cristiano Ronaldo responded with a penalty in the second half, but he played the hero who scored two more goals for Barca to move closer to the opponent on the table, even though the final championship was in Atletico Madrid’s hands by Diego Simeone.
From that day until now, he scored 7 more goals against Real Madrid with a total of 26 goals in 43 Super Classic matches attended.
Los Blancos is his favorite opponent, especially away from home because Leo has scored 15 goals at the Bernabeu, including the hat-trick mentioned above and 3 double.
Top scorers in the Super Classic match
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