From his first steps with the pros on October 16, 2004 until May 22, 2021, the date of his last match with FC Barcelona, ​​Lionel Messi has recorded no less than 672 pawns in 778 matches, an average of 0.86 goals per encounter. The seventeen seasons of the flea, which remains on thirteen consecutive exercises with thirty goals scored minimum, from the least prolific to the craziest.

By Analie Simon, on the verge of tears
Tuesday August 10Modified Tuesday August 10 at 3:06 PM


  • 2004-2005 : 1 but (9 matchs)

    For his first season with the professionals, Leo Messi alternates between the first team and the reserve, taking advantage of injuries to scratch some playing time. If he only plays nine games this season, he scored his first goal in La Liga, the 1is May 2005 against Albacete Balompié, after a combination with Ronaldinho. History is on the move.


  • 2005-2006: 8 goals / 3 assists (25 games)

    In competition with Ludovic Giuly on the right wing, the little Argentinian is already standing out in the Champions League against Panathinaikos (one goal, one assist), as well as during the Clasico won by the Blaugranas at the Bernabeu (3-0, one pass). On the occasion of a new festival facing Racing Santander, an Argentinian journalist decides to give him the nickname of the flea, now known worldwide. Victim of an injury at the end of the season, he did not participate in the coronation of his team in the C1 final against Arsenal. Patience, the best is yet to come.


  • 2007-2008: 16 goals / 13 assists (40 games)

    Become the number one offensive weapon of the Catalan club at 20, Leo Messi also shows his character of pig by spitting on Duda, the Malaga striker. This unsportsmanlike gesture made him lose credit for obtaining a first Golden Ball (he finally finished 3e behind Kaka and CR7). In this season, Messi has already reached 100 official matches, before getting injured once again. He ends his first white season with Barça.


  • 2006-2007: 17 goals / 2 assists (36 games)

    Regularly tenured under the orders of Frank Rijkaard, the Argentine international forms a trio of hell with Ronaldinho and Samuel Eto’o, before farting his metatarsus and bursting into tears on the stretcher. He returned with a bang three months later by slamming a hat-trick against Real (3-3), then scoring two maradoniesque goals: the first by covering half of the field with the ball at his feet and eliminating six players against Getafe, the second of the hand against Espanyol.


  • 2019-2020: 31 goals / 25 assists (44 games)

    Year of his sixth Golden Ball and the coronavirus, he slams a 35e tripled in La Liga and beats the record of CR7. Elected best sportsman of the year (Laureus Prize), he ended his least prolific season in the league (25 goals), ahead of Karim Benzema, but signed a third white season.


  • 2020-2021: 38 goals / 12 assists (47 games)

    He receives his first red card with Barça in his 17the season with the club for a gesture of humor against Bilbao. Winner of the King’s Cup, he won a 35e and last trophy in Catalonia, before finally drawing the curtain on his Barcelona adventure, without knowing it yet, in an empty stadium, against Eibar.


  • 2008-2009: 38 goals / 17 assists (51 games)

    Olympic champion with theAlbiceleste, Messi recovers the number 10 of Ronaldinho and participates greatly in the historic season of the Catalan club, winner of La Liga, the Spanish Cup and the Champions League. The Argentinian genius was even given a standing ovation by the public at the Bernabeu after a masterclass during the Clasico (Barcelona victory 6-2, double and an assist). He completed his first full season and positioned himself as a favorite to win his first Golden Ball.


  • 2013-2014: 41 goals / 14 assists (46 games)

    Rare thing in this season: Messi is substituted in a game for the first time in three years. Out two months because of a tear in the biceps femoris, he scores “only” 41 times (including a hat-trick during the Clasico, again) and loses his Golden Ball. He ends the season without a trophy, but with a big check of 20 million euros per year.


  • 2015-2016: 41 goals / 23 assists (49 games)

    He suffered his third major injury since arriving in Catalonia. On the floor for two months, he won his fifth Golden Ball and became Barça’s most successful player, tied with Andrés Iniesta, by winning the treble Club World Cup-Spanish Cup.


  • 2017-2018: 45 goals / 18 assists (54 games)

    Under the orders of Ernesto Valverde, the flea becomes the third most capped player in Barça history and overtakes Gerd Müller as top scorer in one club with 525 pawns. After the historic comeback of last season, Lionel Messi and Barcelona take a backlash against Roma.


  • 2009-2010: 47 goals / 11 assists (53 games)

    Orphan of Samuel Eto’o and forced to collaborate with Zlatan, Messi started the 2009-2010 vintage as a cannonball, won three new trophies and made history with Barça, which became the first club to achieve a sextuplet on a calendar year. Replaced as a real number 10 behind the attacker, the flea ridicule an incalculable number of defenders and reached the 100 pawns mark at 22 years, with in particular a quadrupled against Arsenal in the quarter-final second leg of C1. With 34 goals in La Liga, he won his first Golden Boot. As the rivalry with CR7 grows, the Argentine slaps the Portuguese to glean his first Golden Ball (240 votes ahead, a record). The start of a very long duel.


  • 2018-2019: 51 goals / 19 assists (50 games)

    Promoted captain of Barça, he becomes the club’s most successful player in the Spanish Super Cup (33 trophies) and promises to bring C1 back to Barcelona. But that was before Alexander Arnold’s corner kick in the semi-final. Messi will finally settle for the championship.


  • 2010-2011: 53 goals / 22 assists (55 games)

    Become the fifth top scorer in club history at just 23, Messi sticks the famous manita at Real, before winning his second consecutive Golden Ball, ahead of his pals Iniesta and Xavi, becoming the first player to retain his title since Marco van Basten. This season, the Argentinian has taken a new step (as if it was still possible), breaking the record for goals in a season, held by Ferenc Puskás since the 1960s, on the lawn of the Bernabeu. The icing on the cake, he slams a new goal in the Champions League final against United and is elected man of the match.


  • 2016-2017: 54 goals / 16 assists (52 games)

    His first feat of the season remains the hat-trick against City, his 37e in a club. If he finishes second in the Golden Ball, he equals the record for the number of free kicks scored with the Blaugranas, record held by Ronald Koeman. The action this season will remain his celebration against Real, showing off his jersey in front of Madrid fans, and the rally against PSG.


  • 2014-2015: 58 goals / 27 assists (57 games)

    With the MSN, Messi makes speak his qualities of passers, while stacking the goals. He became the top scorer in C1 and La Liga, as well as the best passer in the championship. He puts a new slap in PSG and wins his fourth and last Champions League to date with the Blaugranas.


  • 2012-2013: 60 goals / 15 assists (50 games)

    On the basis of an exceptional 2011-2012 vintage, Messi became the top scorer over a calendar year (91 pawns), ahead of Pelé (75 in 1958) and Gerd Müller (85 in 1972). The circle has come full circle, he entered the Guinness Book of Records and won his fourth consecutive Golden Ball. On January 27, by scoring a quadruple against Osasuna, Messi appropriated three La Liga records: he was the first to score at least one goal in eleven consecutive games, the first to score more than thirty goals in four consecutive seasons and the youngest player to exceed the 200-goal mark. He also scored his first goal at the Parc des Princes, in the quarter-finals of C1.


  • 2011-2012: 73 goals, 29 assists (60 games)

    The best season of the flea under the Barcelona jersey. Despite two consecutive hat-tricks in the league, Messi and Barcelona are criticized by the media for failing to keep pace with Real. It didn’t take so much for Messi, who slams two more hat-tricks and helps his team win the Clasico in Madrid. By the way, he won his third Ballon d’Or in a row, equaling Michel Platini, and set new records: he was the first player to score a quintupled in C1, he became the top scorer for Barça and the Champions League. on one edition, but misses a penalty against Chelsea in the semi-final. With 73 pawns in 60 games, he became the top scorer in football history over one season, erasing an 87-year-old record.

    By Analie Simon, on the verge of tears

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