As club football breaks for the 2022 World Cup, many will be trying to take stock of season so far, and work out exactly how that will affect the tournament itself.
Here is the complete list of Barcelona players who have featured this season so far and how much.
Marc-Andre ter Stegen – 1,710 minutes, 15 conceded
The German goalkeeper has been an ever-present, save for one match in the Champions League, returning to his best form.
Robert Lewandowski – 1,510 minutes, 18 goals, 4 assists
The Polish striker has played most of Barcelona’s minutes this season and backed it up with goals. He only missed their final Champions League game against Viktoria Plzen and started on the bench once against Cadiz.
Pedri – 1,433 minutes, 3 goals
Barcelona’s best midfielder has been an ever-present. Even as Xavi Hernandez tries to manage his minutes, he is their third-most used player.
Ousmane Dembele – 1,289 minutes, 5 goals, 7 assists
Perhaps the most erratic of Barcelona’s many wide forwards, Dembele has been the most trusted and the most productive too.
Sergi Roberto – 573 minutes, 2 goals, 2 assists
More injured than not, has played in fits and starts while fit.
Andreas Christensen – 537 minutes
In and out of the side, left a good impression despite his lack of minutes.
Franck Kessie – 485 minutes, 1 goal
Little in the way of opportunities, the lowest down the order of midfielders other than Pablo Torre.
Hector Bellerin – 321 minutes
Often unfit, Xavi trusted Balde ahead of him even when he was, by the end.
Memphis Depay – 131 minutes, 1 goal
Surplus to requirements, while fit, which he hasn’t been since September.
Pablo Torre – 108 minutes, 1 goal
Glimpses of a talented youngster adapting from the third division to the top.
Inaki Pena – 90 minutes, 2 conceded
One game against Viktoria Plzen in which his goal was peppered, but made some good saves.
Marc Casado – 23 minutes
Made his debut against Viktoria Plzen.
Alvaro Sanz – 12 minutes
Champions League debut against Viktoria Plzen.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – 8 minutes
A final few minutes against Rayo Vallecano in the first game of the season before his move to Chelsea.
Chadi Riad – 1 minute
Made his debut against Osasuna in the final match before the break.