The Barcelona talisman had a successful season with the Catalans that saw them win their 23rd Liga title scoring a total of 43 goals in the process
Barcelona had a successful 2014-2015 season, winning the treble and boasting one of the deadliest squad in football. However, one can say the team’s success was centred on one man – Lionel Messi as the star played a significant role in uplifting the team.
FlyBarca present to you – 36 records of Lionel Messi with Barcelona in the 2014-2015 Liga season.
Lionel Messi Records In La Liga 2014-2015
Messi became La Liga’s all-time goalscorer with 286 goals, surpassing the previous record held by Telmo Zarra who netted 251.
Messi broke Hugo Sanchez’ record by scoring in his 80th away Liga game (the Liga winner at the Vicente Calderon).
Messi registered a total of 18 Liga assists equalling his personal record.
Messi became the only player in Europe’s top 5 leagues to give 10+ league assists in each of the last five seasons.
Messi scored two goals or more in nine home games in La Liga 2014-15, one away from La Liga all-time record set by Lionel Messi himself in 2011-12.
Messi has now scored two goals or more in 83 Liga games, overtaking Telmo Zarra (76) this season as player with most braces (or more) in La Liga’s history.
Messi became the only player in La Liga’s history to score 10+ Liga away goals in seven consecutive seasons.
Messi became the first player ever to score five Liga hat-tricks in the space of 15 rounds in a single season, a feat he achieved between Round 12 and Round 26.
Messi became the first player in the history of the top 5 leagues to score 28+ goals in six consecutive seasons.
Messi became the only player to reach 100+ successful dribbles in each of the last six Liga seasons.
Messi became the only player in the history of La Liga to score an away hat-trick in six consecutive seasons (from 2009-2010 to 2014-2015).
Messi became the first and only player in the history of La Liga to score 20+ goals in seven consecutive seasons.
Messi became the first and only player in the history of La Liga to score at least two hat-tricks against seven different teams.
Messi became the 3rd player in La Liga history to score two hat-tricks or more in six consecutive seasons (from 2009-2010 to 2014-2015), after Mundo and Alfredo Di Stefano.
Messi became the all-time top scorer in the Catalan Derby with 13 goals, surpassing Cesar Rodriguez’ 11-goal tally.
Messi scored a brace in the first and the last Liga round for Barca, the first ever time it has happened.
Messi scored five Liga goals with his head last season, he had never scored more than three in a Liga season in the past.
For the first time in his career, Messi played every round of La Liga season (From round 1 to round 38).
Messi became Barçelona’s Liga top scorer for the sixth season, equalling César Rodriguez’ record.
Messi scored Barça’s 100th La Liga goal last season.
Messi has now taken part in 58 consecutive Liga games, which is an ongoing personal record.
Messi became the first player in La Liga’s history to score two goals in the opening games of four consecutive seasons.
Messi became the first outfield player in Barcelona’s history to win 30 games in a league season.
Messi became the only player in Europe’s top 5 Leagues in the last 6 seasons to give 8+ assists to a teammate twice: David Villa in 2010-2011 and Neymar in 2014-2015.
Messi is the player who assisted most goals to a single team-mate in La Liga 14/15: eight goals to Neymar.
Messi had the 2nd most goals and the most assists among La Liga players last season.
Messi was the only player to scored at least 7 goals with each foot in La Liga last season: 26 with left foot, 12 with right foot.
Messi was the only player in Europe’s top 5 leagues last season to score at least 10 goals with each foot.
Messi made a total of 174 successful dribbles in La Liga last season, at least 70 more than any other player (Neymar 104).
Messi attempted the 3rd most passes in La Liga last season, a total of 2334.
Messi gave the 2nd most key passes (95) in La Liga last season.
Messi gave six through-ball assists in La Liga last season, more than any other player.
Messi played the 2nd most minutes in La Liga in 2014-2015: 3375.
Messi is the only outfield player to feature in all the 38 rounds of La Liga last term.
Messi scored the most 2nd half goals (29) and the most home goals (27) in La Liga last season.
Messi completed a total of 956 final-third passes in La Liga last season, at least 391 more than any other player.
CREDIT: The whole 36 Records were coined from GRUP 14 – A legendary FC Barcelona-based website.