La Liga champions, FC Barcelona set a new goal record on Saturday afternoon with a 5-0 victory against Eibar.
In a match that saw Barcelona captain, Lionel Messi return to scoring form to score four goals after going 398 minutes without goal, Barcelona also surged back to the top of the League table ahead of Real Madrid.
The Catalona club five goals saw them record their 6151st goal in the league, usurping former all-time goal scoring record holders, Real Madrid who sits on 6150 goals in the league.
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