Thirty-four of his goals came in just 31 Eredivisie games.

Longest unbeaten run at home: Bayern Munich didn’t lose any of their 73 fixtures at home between Matchday 31 of 1969/70 and Matchday 4 of 1974/75. You really do run out of words to describe this guy. Messi's first season as Europe's goal-scoring king.

Longest unbeaten run away from home: Bayern Munich returned home with points on 33 consecutive occasions between Matchday 32 of 2011/12 and Matchday 27 of 2013/14. Thirty-nine goals in 34 league games? Oldest goalscorer: Claudio Pizarro surpassed Mirko Votava when he scored a last-minute equaliser in Werder Bremen’s 1-1 draw at Hertha Berlin in February 2019 at the age of 40 years, 4 months and 13 days. Most league goals conceded in a season: 134. Both superstars have found the back of the net at a rate many thought was impossible over a prolonged period of time at the highest level - especially in the modern era. Most league away goals in a season (38 games, 19 away games): 24. CD Leganes.

Oldest player: At the other end of the scale, 43 years and 184 days was not too old for Klaus Fichtel still to play in the Bundesliga for Schalke on Matchday 34 of the 1987/88 season. Most goals scored in a season: 50, Lionel Messi (2011–12) Fastest to score 20 La Liga goals in a single season: 12 games, Cristiano Ronaldo (2014–15) Fastest 50 league goals: 37 games, Isidro Lángara (for Oviedo (matchday 19, 07/04/1935, season 1934–35) [citation needed] The Royal Blues tied 4-4 in a memorable Revierderby, while Bayern went on to win 6-5 thanks to an 89th-minute Uli Hoeneß strike. Milestone", "Joaquin Becomes Oldest Player to Score LaLiga Hat-Trick", "Messi's latest free kick magic sets another record", "Astonishing Fresh Stats Reveal Extent of Messi Free-Kick Prowess at FC Barcelona", "Barcelona 4-1 Celta Vigo: Lionel Messi hits hat-trick as champions reclaim top spot", "Cristiano Ronaldo equals Liga penalty record", "Laliga - Valencia vs Real Madrid: Cristiano Ronaldo is the player with the most converted penalties in LaLiga history - MARCA in English", "Roundup: Messi youngest to 200 goals in La Liga", "Olinga becomes La Liga's youngest scorer at 16", "Fabrice Olinga plus jeune buteur de l'histoire de la Liga", "Lionel Messi beats Cristiano Ronaldo in 2014-15 La Liga awards", "FC Barcelona among the winners at La Liga awards | FC Barcelona", "Mesmerising Messi sets yet another La Liga record - FOX Sports Asia", "Barcelona 'dominant in Spain but change needed for European challenge, "Luis Suarez makes La Liga history with another 4-goal outing", "Messi matches record for most assists in La Liga history", "Diego Alves enters LaLiga history books", "Diego Alves: Otro penalti parado y récord", "5 La Liga Records That Might Never Be Broken", "El día que el Barcelona sufría su mayor goleada en la Liga", "El Barcelona iguala la mayor goleada a domicilio en Liga", "San Mamés: adiós en su partido de Liga número 1.304", "Un Atlético de Madrid-Athletic espectacular con Helenio Herrera", "Ramos asks for more leniency from referees after red card record",, "Córdoba y Depor igualaron la tanda de penaltis más larga de la historia copera", "Estadisticas de todos los jugadores del Valencia CF", "Ficha Carlos Alonso González "SANTILLANA,,,,,,, Liga de Fútbol Profesional - Historical football data provided by the official Spanish league webpage,, Association football records and statistics by country, Articles with dead external links from August 2018, Articles with permanently dead external links, Articles with dead external links from May 2019, Articles lacking reliable references from November 2015, Articles needing additional references from January 2010, All articles needing additional references, Articles with multiple maintenance issues, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2014, Articles with unsourced statements from May 2015, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2019, Articles with unsourced statements from May 2016, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2017, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Most appearances: 90, joint record (up to 2020–21).

Seventy-three goals in a season is almost superhuman, with 50 of them scored in La Liga. Most games without scoring (club): Cologne went 10 matches without finding the back of the net between Matchdays 15 and 24 of the 2001/02 season.

Most own goals: Manfred Kaltz and Nikolce Noveski both put into their own net 6 times. Fewest league goals scored in a season: 15.

Most games scored in a season: 38 (scoring in every game in a single La Liga season). Longest goalkeeping run without conceding a goal: 1,275 minutes. Most games without scoring (outfield player): Dennis Diekmeier has gone 203 Bundesliga matches without ever registering a goal.

Most penalties in a single game: Referee Herbert Lutz awarded 5 in Borussia Dortmund’s 5-4 win at Borussia Mönchengladbach in September 1965. 2005/06: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Ajax & SC Heerenveen). How to set or break a Guinness World Records title. Remind me again why Ronaldo is considered to be the better goal scorer over Messi? The Uruguayan also emulated the aforementioned pair by scoring 40 goals in La Liga alone. What makes a Guinness World Records title? Number 2 – Gerd Muller, Bayern Munich, 1972-1973, 67 Goals. La Liga's all-time top goalscorer is Barcelona's Lionel Messi, who also holds the record for most goals scored in a season with 50 goals in the 2011–12 season.

La Liga's all-time top goalscorer is Barcelona's Lionel Messi, who also holds the record for … Ronaldo's total is the second highest total ever scored in a La Liga season.

Longest winning run: Bayern Munich won 19 consecutive games between Matchday 9 and 27 of the 2013/14 season. Longest winless run at home: Hertha Berlin failed to record a single victory at home in 17 consecutive games from Matchday 4 of 2009/10 to Matchday 1 of 2011/12, including a season in Bundesliga 2 in between.