So many records were beaten this weekend and if we had to talk individually about each one this article would be way too long. So, in a nutshell:
Fellaini scored this weekend. How is that a milestone? Well, that goal means that he's now scored against 20 different Premier League teams in his career. Maybe there's more to him than just his hair, after all. Also, thanks to this goal, Manchester United became the first club to reach 600 PL wins thanks to their 3-1 victory over Middlesborough.
Lionel Messi scored a brace in Barcelona's win over Valencia (4-2). First, this was his HUNDREDTH brace with Barcelona. Hundredth! Second, he's officially scored 40+ goals in all competitions for eight consecutive seasons. Tell us again how he's not the best player in history.
Barcelona's game vs Valencia was also Neymar's 500th career game. He's played 24 for Brazil's youth teams/olympics, 75 for Brazil's senior, 176 for Barcelona and 225 for Santos. Yep, that's 500.
Speaking of big numbers of games played, Thomas Müller played his 250th BuLi game for Bayern this weekend, and even scored his team's only goal as they took one step further towards the title.
Still on the number of games played subject, Gianluigi Buffon broke a 56 year-long record and became the player with the most minutes played for Juventus in Serie A. The record was 39,681 minutes and was held by Gampiero Boniperti (played for Juventus between 1946 and 1961), it's now Buffon's with 39,704 minutes.
Finally, Real Madrid just scored for the 49th consecutive game in all competitions thanks to Karim Benzema's opening goal against Athletic Bilbao (1-2).