FC Barcelona's return leg rout, by the numbers

Sandro and Munir scored five of Barça's six goals against Villanovense. / MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB
We take a look at the most interesting facts and figures from Wednesday night’s victory over Villanovense at Camp Nou, which sent the Catalans into the last 16 of the Copa del Rey

  • Sandro Ramirez, Munir El Haddadi and Dani Alves all scored their first goals this season. For Sandro it was his first hat-trick for Barça, while Munir had his first double.

  • Another youth player, Aitor Cantalapiedra, made his official debut at Camp Nou. He started in Villanueva de la Serena in the first leg and on Wednesday got an assist in his first home game.

  • Luis Enrique‘s starting XI against Villanovense had six home-grown players: Jordi Masip, Marc Bartra, Sergi Samper, Munir, Sandro and Aitor. They all played all 90 minutes.

  • Mathieu‘s assist on Munir’s goal that made it 4–1 was his second straight as left full back.  The Frenchman also assisted Neymar against Real Sociedad last weekend.

  • Barça had nine shots on goal, six of which went in.

  • Javier Mascherano had a game-high 138 passes, followed by Bartra, who had 109. José María Tapia led Villanovense with 34.

  • The 6-1 win over Villanovense is Barça’s sixth straight rout. The others were 3-0 over BATE Borisov; 3-0 over Villarreal; 4-0 over Real Madrid; 6-1 over AS Roma; and 4-0 over Real Sociedad. All together the balance is 26 goals for (4.3 per game) and only two against in the last six games.

  • Barça have now gone seven home games in a row scoring at least three goals: 5-2 over Rayo Vallecano; 3-1 over Eibar and the aforementioned games against BATE Borisov, Villarreal, Roma, Real Sociedad and Villanovense.

  • The 67,703 fans who came to Camp Nou on Wednesday were a record for a Member Solidarity Day, now in it’s fifth year. The first four were: 56,480 v l’Hospitalet in 2011; 57,655 v Alava in 2012; 47,280 v Cartagena in 2013; and 44,844 v Huesca in 2014.