Messi try to snatch CR7 the title goalscorer, Valdés will seek his fifth trophy and Guardiola, extend their incredible records.
With the title almost impossible, the incentives for grabs at this sprint final four league games will focus on decorating the winners of some players and raise the bar even higher number of stage of Pep.
Leo Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo maintained an amazing and productive pulse by the scorer, while Víctor Valdés with his gloves caresses his fourth consecutive Zamora but Iker Casillas tries to stop him. Today, Rayo tests the Catalans records.
Leo longs to regain the kingship for being top scorer in the league managed to 2009-2010 (34 goals) that CR7 snatched last year beating (42) the record of goals (38). The azulgrana is a crack (41) and continues to battle.
Real Madrid was a halt a run of 10 straight games scoring that earned him a booty of 18 goals. In the same portion of time, Cristiano had 13 goals.
The persecution of Leo has been arduous. In Week 23, just at the setback against Osasuna, the Portuguese established a major difference with four goals. Leo not only equaled but even exceeded it twice.
Valdés is a few stops to be the first goalkeeper to achieve the Zamora Trophy in four consecutive issues and to catch the legendary Ramallets, until now the historical reference to five.
The azulgrana has conceded 26 goals in 34 games, an average of 0.76, far from the top of Liaño (0.47). Casillas posted 30 and their average rises to 0.88. Heads-up still exciting.
Pep has a super-duper catalog records, and may even extend his reign. It's 3 goals of the 100 in this league, but his world record is 105 in the 2008-2009 campaign and 5 of 400 in four years.
It is also close to matching the number of games to zero in a season. They are 29 and the limit is 31 in the 2009-2010. And that is the legacy number at this stage is to startle many: 224 of 242 matches and scoring 114 without conceding a goal of 148. Almost nothing. (via MD)