The 150th goal of Xavi’s reign as Barcelona head coach came on Sunday when Ferran Torres scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 home win over Atlético Madrid in La Liga.
AS report that the 150 goals under Xavi have come in a total of 82 competitive matches (average of 1.82 per game), with Polish striker Robert Lewandowski being the top scorer of the Xavi era, scoring 27 goals in La Liga (17), the Champions League (5), the Copa del Rey (2), the Spanish Super Cup (2) and the Europa League (1).
Second on the list is the aforementioned Ferran, who, thanks to his 14 goals, is second only to the Polish international.
Pedri adding goals from midfield
Pedri is third on the list with 13 goals to his name and the fourth-highest scorer of the Xavi era is Chelsea striker Pierre Emerick Aubameyang with 12 goals.
France international Ousmane Dembélé is fifth with a total of 10 goals, while Ansu Fati is sixth with nine, tied with Brazilian winger Raphinha, and one goal ahead of Memphis Depay in eighth.
De Jongs chip in
The two De Jongs (Frenkie and Luuk) are in ninth and tenth place with six goals each. The top-scoring defender is Ronald Araújo, who has four goals, followed by left-back Jordi Alba, with the same number. Gavi and Sergi Roberto also have four goals in Xavi’s spell in charge.