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Barcelona this season, scoring over a hundred

Barcelona this season, has scored 102 goals in all competitions.
In Barcelona this season, 34 games, a total of 17 players broke.
Barcelona this season, scoring over a hundred
The new San Mames stadium after 5 to 2 victory over Athletic Bilbao, Barcelona goals in all competitions has over 100 balls. Barcelona this season, scored 62 goals in the league, scored 25 goals in the King’s Cup, scored 15 goals in the Champions League. Enrique’s team scored 102 goals in a total of 34 games, this figure means that they averaged more than three goals scored. In addition, it has been 17 players Ming Basa broke.
Messi, Neymar and Pedro leading scorer
Argentine striker is the top scorer in Barcelona, he scored a total of 32 goals in all competitions. Barcelona on the 10th in the league, scored 23 goals, scored two goals in the King’s Cup, scored 8 goals in the Champions League. It is worth bearing in mind that this season, Messi has twice reached the milestone. In La Liga, Messi surpass Sarah became the top scorer in La Liga history, but in the Champions League, the Argentine striker Raul beyond history to become the top scorer in the Champions League with Fifa Coins.
Compared with last season, goals Neymar has improved significantly, the Brazilian striker has scored in all competitions this season, 23 goals. Pedro has been in the King’s Cup and scored 10 league goals.
Young players make a significant contribution
Barca still adapt the tactical system Suarez scored six goals this season. Uruguay striker at Barcelona 3-1 Champions League victory over Paris Saint-Germain and locked top the group scored the important goal.
Sandro, Munir and Adama for the first team this season, scored seven goals. And Lionel Messi, Neymar and Suarez as Sandro is one of a handful of energy in the league, cup and Champions League to break the King of Spain players.

Saints cut Fut Coins United

Saints cut Fut Coins United apart at will in the match’s middle third, Koeman employing Steven Davis to fine effect in front of the back four. Davis completely overshadowed the ineffective Marouane Fellaini, helping Saints shrug off the injury absences of Morgan Schneiderlin, Toby Alderweireld and Jack Cork.

But ominous starts do not come more concerning than gifting a striker of Van Persie’s calibre the opening goal. Saints captain Fonte’s woefully under-hit backpass cleared the way for the lurking Dutchman, and the 31-year-old calmly slid the ball home, between Fraser Forster’s legs.