When it comes to scoring goals, it’s not always the best tactic, writes Romano Protto

1/10 Goalkeeper Sergio Romero is the most important player for Barça in terms of goalscoring.

However, this statistic doesn’t really reflect the true number of goals he is responsible for, writes Italian journalist Romano PROTO.

2/10 The goalkeeping statistics of all the World Cup qualifying teams are presented in this infographic, by Football Italian.

The goalkeepers of the four best qualifying teams were Sergio Romero, Paulo Dybala, Andres Iniesta, and Ezequiel Lavezzi.

3/10 As well as the World Cups, the Brazilian football team have won the Confederations Cup twice, the Copa Sudamericana four times, the European Championship four times and the UEFA Champions League once.

4/10 In the recent Confederations’ Cup final, Barça defeated Manchester United, 1-0, and took home the trophy with a 4-0 victory.

5/10 Cristiano Ronaldo has won three Champions League trophies with Real Madrid, and is second in all-time goalscored categories behind only Lionel Messi.

6/10 Luis Suarez has scored at least 50 goals in three consecutive seasons, while Messi has scored more than 50 goals four times.

7/10 Lionel Messi has been involved in a total of 27 goals in La Liga this season, but Barça have scored more goals in the Copacabana than any other team.

8/10 There have been only two goals scored in the last two games of the Spanish league campaign, against Real Sociedad and Levante, by both Barcelona and Real Madrid respectively.

9/10 It was announced in August that the Spanish footballer Sergio Ramos would not be in the squad for the World Series of Champions between the US and Australia, as he had suffered a broken leg.

10/10 Messi has a total goal scoring record of 4,079, and his record against Barça has been the best in the Champions League era. 1/