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24.11.2007 22:17

League: fifty games scoring at Nou Camp

Berta Brau

With Saturday night’s three goals against Recreativo (3-0), Barça have now gone 50 games scoring at least one goal at Nou Camp, a ground synonymous with good entertaining football.

On March 1st 2005, Nou Camp hosted the game between Rijkaard’s Barça and Lotina’s Espanyol, which ended in a nil-nil draw. Since that day, Barça have scored at least one goal in every league game in Nou Camp.

The Blaugrana fortress

fcbsevilla1_x14x.jpgSince that Barça-Espanyol derby, two years eight months and 23 days ago, Barça have played 50 league games in Nou Camp, with 41 victories, 8 draws and only one defeat. Another interesting statistic is that FC Barcelona have won 127 points from a possible 150 in these games: 84% of maximum points possible.

Synonymous with good entertaining football and goals

QM3D5891.jpgBarça have also made games in Nou Camp synonymous with good entertaining football and goals. Over these fifty games, Rijkaard’s men have scored an average of over two goals a game.

Good averages in Nou Camp

QM3D5935.jpgSince the draw with Espanyol, FC Barcelona finished the 2004/05 season with an average of 2.4 goals per game at Nou Camp. The following season, they obtained an average of 2.37 goals per home game. Last season this figure dropped slightly to 2.16 goals per game.

50 consecutive games with goals

Barça have started this season better, with an average of 2.86 goals per home league game (20 goals in seven games). The Blaugranas now total 50 consecutive home league games scoring, with a total of 118 goals, or 2.36 per game.
League: fifty games scoring at Nou Camp
Bojan and Milito enter score sheet
Bojan, who had said this week that one of his dreams was to store at Nou Camp, saw his dream become reality on Saturday night, when he made it 2-0 for Barça. It was his third goal this season, after scoring away at Villareal and Alcoy

Nou Camp also saw another player enter the store sheet: the Argentinean Gabriel Milito. It was down to Milito to open the score heading home the ball from Xavi’s corner.

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