analysis | 2015-11-25
Barcelona's 6-1 destruction of Roma in numbers
Barcelona complete the win by turning the tables around and turn their record vs Roma to positive
Barcelona can top their Champions League group for the 17th time, extending their all-time record.
Barcelona advance to the Champions League knockout stage as group leader for the ninth consecutive year.
Barcelona secured the first place with one game to spare for the first time since 2012/13.
Barça won their last nine home games in Champions League, equaling the club's record set between 2009 and 2011.
Barcelona have a positive record in direct confrontations against every single Italian team they have ever faced in official competitions (eight clubs).
For the first time under Luis Enrique: Barcelona scored three goals in the first half of a Champions League match.
Barcelona scored more than four goals in a Champions League game for the first time under Luis Enrique.
In the last five games: Barcelona have scored 18 goals and conceded once.
Luis Suárez became the first player to score in three consecutive Camp Nou games in the Champions League since Ronaldinho in 2005/06.
Luis Suárez became the third Barça player to score in every home game of a Champions League group stage, after Kluivert and Eto'o.
Luis Suárez became the player who needed the least games (15) with Barça to reach 12 Champions League goals, breaking Luis Enrique's record (17 games).
Suárez has now scored in six Barça games in a row, a total of 10 goals.
In 45 minutes, Sergi Samper completed more passes (30) than any Roma player during the whole 90 minutes (Keita the most with 29).
In 45 minutes: Sergi Samper attempted 31 passes, succeeding in 30, with three successful long balls, one key pass and two tackles.
Among players who have played at least one half, Sergi Samper had the highest passing accuracy: 96.8 percent.
Messi played 101 Champions League games, was involved in 102 goals: scored 79 and assisted 23.
Messi played 16 Champions League games in the month of November, scoring in 15 of them (a total of 23 goals).
Ter Stegen faced two Champions League penalties, saving both and becoming the first goalkeeper in Barça’s history to save two penalties in the competition.
With his 18th Champions League appearance for Barcelona, ter Stegen equals the legendary goalkeeper Ramallets who represented the club in the European Cup.
Piqué scored for Barcelona in eight Champions League games, Barça won them all.
Piqué became the fifth player to score for Barcelona in at least six different Champions League seasons, after Luis Enrique, Xavi, Iniesta and Messi.
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