Lionel Messi became the all time leading scorer in La Liga following his hat-trick against Sevilla on Saturday night.
The Argentine headed into Saturday's clash stuck on 250 goals for a while now, but equalled the record with a fine free-kick in the first half.
And the glorious moment arrived midway through the second half, as he got on the end of Neymar's cross to poke home from three-yards to break the record, before he further extended the record with another fine finish minutes later.
Zarra's 251 goals took him 277 games to achieve, while the Barcelona maestro scored his 253 goals in 289 appearances for the Catalans.
Messi is already Blaugrana's all-time top goalscorer and now has 368 strikes in all competitions for the Catalan club at the age of 27.
The record comes two weeks after the Argentine equaled Raul's UEFA Champions League record of 71 goals.