An FC Barcelona star set an unbelievable record in the team's 1-0 win over Athletic Bilbao in a La Liga fixture on Sunday night.
Goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen was linked with a move away from the Catalan club during the off-season, but instead of heading for the exit door, it was Claudio Bravo who departed the Camp Nou, for Pep Guardiola's Manchester City.
The German shot-stopper justified Luis Enrique's decision to keep him over the experienced Chilean as he set a new La Liga record for his passing from the back on the weekend.
Ter Stegen completed 50 passes in the clash against Bilbao, surpassing the previous record set in the 2005/06 campaign.
Barca have won both of their opening La Liga games of the season, and are tied with Real Madrid and Las Palmas at the top of the standings.
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