FC Barcelona have scored more than 100 goals this season

Barca's 102 goals so far this season / PHOTOMONTAGE: FCB
The blaugranes have now recorded more than a century of goals this season, 102 in total, in all competitions

17 different players have scored in the 34 games played so far this seasoN

FC Barcelona have scored more than 100 goals this season in all three competitions after beating Athletic Club by 5-2 in the new San Mamés. As such, Barça can now boast 62 goals in the league, 25 in the Spanish Cup and 15 in the Champions League so far this season. Luis Enrique’s side have reached 102 goals after a total of 34 games, a figure that means they have scored an average of three goals per match. Furthermore, 17 different players from the squad have found the net so far in the current campaign.

Messi, Neymar and Pedro top scorers

The Argentine is the team’s top scorer with 32 goals in all competitions. The Barça number 10 has scored 23 goals in the league, 2 in the Cup and 8 in the Champions League. It is worth remembering that the man from Rosario has reached two landmarks figures this season. In the Spanish League, Messi surpassed Telmo Zarra as the all time leading goalscorer and in the Champions League he overtook Raúl as the leading goalscorer in Europe’s premier club competition.

Neymar has already improved on his figures from last season with the Brazilian already having 23 to his name this time around in all competitions. Pedro, for his part, is taking chances when they come his way with 10 goals in the Cup and the league.

The youngsters have also contributed

Finally, a Luis Suárez still settling into the blaugrana system has scored six times this season already. The Uruguayan scored the vital third goal in Barça’s 3-1 victory over Paris Saint-Germain with first place at stake in their Champions League group.

Sandro, Munir and Adama Traoré have scored seven goals between them this season for the first team. Sandro Ramírez is one of the privileged few who can say they have found the net in the League, the Spanish Cup and the Champions League along with Messi, Neymar and Luis Suárez.

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Back to playing mid-week

The team train daily this week. / MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB
The team face Villarreal in the Spanish Cup on Wendesday and Levante in La Liga on Sunday

FC Barcelona return to a mid-week game, after having no weekday game last week. They’ll face Villarreal on Wednesday at Camp Nou in the first leg of the semi-finals of the Spanish Cup, just ten days after beating them in La Liga.

Then on Sunday at 5.00pm (CET) Levante visit Camp Nou in La Liga. In their first meeting this season Barca won 5–0 on goals from Neymar, Rakitic, Sandro, Pedro and Messi.

This week’s schedule:

Monday 9

12.00pm (CET) (pending hour of arrival from Bilbao): Training session at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper

Tuesday 10

11.00am (CET): Training session at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper

Wednesday 11

10.30am (CET): Training session at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper

8.00pm (CET): FC Barcelona v Villarreal, Spanish Cup semi-final first leg, at Camp Nou

Thursday 12

11.00am (CET): Training session at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper

Friday 13

11.00am (CET): Training session at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper

Saturday 14

11.00am (CET): Training session at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper

Sunday 15

5.00pm (CET): FC Barcelona v Levante, week 23 of La Liga, at Camp Nou

FC Barcelona's dressing room at San Mamés ready to go

Iniesta's uniform is ready for him to put on for Sunday's match at the new San Mamés. / FCB
Barça’s third yellow strip is all laid out for the players to wear for tonight’s big match

The new San Mamés is all set for Sunday’s visit from FC Barcelona. The team’s yellow uniform is all ready to go in the visitors’ dressing room.

FC Barcelona are in Bilbao

Barça landed in Bilbao and went to their hotel to relax before tonight's match. / MIGUEL RUIZ-FCB
The plane carrying the Barça expedition landed in the Biscay capital at 12.00pm (CET)

FC Barcelona are in Bilbao. The team’s plane landed in Bilbao at 12.00pm (CET) ahead of tonight’s league match. The flight departed from Barcelona’s El Prat airport at 11,15am (CET).

The Club’s expedition, including the 18-man squad, was led by Club president Josep Maria Bartomeu, vicepresident Javier Faus and director Silvio Elías.

After landing in Bilbao, the team went to the Carlton Hotel to rest before tonight’s 9.00pm (CET) match at the new San Mamés.

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