THE BARÇA SURPASSED THE ONE THOUSAND PASSES
The Barça beats a new record in the Champions League!
Published:7/12/2016 - 02:04h
Updated:7/12/2016 - 21:53h
Leo Messi could not beat the record of goals of Cristiano Ronaldo in the phase of groups of Champions League, but the FC Barcelona himself attained a historical record in the European competition: it was able to give more than 1.000 passes in a party
It can that Leo Messi did not achieve to surpass finally the record of goals of Cristiano Ronaldo in a phase of groups of the UEFA Champions League, but the FC Barcelona himself was able to attain a historical record in the prestigious European competition; something that never before another team had been able to effect successfully.
And it is that, according to data transmitted by the UEFA, the FC Barcelona surpassed the barrier of the one thousand passes and arrived until the 1.029 combinations along the ninety minutes in front of the Borussia Mönchengladbach, 930 of them arriving to his addressee in perfect conditions.
It is so only a curiosity, but said statistical leaves patent that the players of the FC Barcelona were more than hit in this facet of the game, especially Javier Mascherano and Samuel Umtiti, having both a tarpaulin of 96%. The Argentinian defender completed 131 of 137 passes, whereas the Frenchman was able to carry out successfully 115 of 120.
The player that more combined after Mascherano was André Gomes, with 132 passes, of which delivered well 125 (95%). The one who less gave was Marc Cardona: only five -four very-, although it is logical taking into account that so only played 17 minutes. In definite, a new record for a FC Barcelona that does not tire to make history in Europe.
This is the relation of percentages of pass:
- Mascherano: 131 of 137 (96%)
- Umtiti: 115 of 120 (96%)
- André Gomes: 125 of 132 (95%)
- Digne: 95 of 101 (84%)
- Cardona: 4 of 5 (80%)
- Cillessen: 14 of 15 (93%)
- Rafinha: 26 of 28 (93%)
- Iniesta: 108 of 119 (91%)
- Aleix Vidal: 72 of 81 (89%)
- Denis: 88 of 101 (87%)
- Messi: 69 of 82 (84%)
- Burn Turan: 62 of 79 (78%)
- Paco Alcácer: 21 of 29 (72%)