Barcelona forward Lionel Messi has etched his name further into Spanish football history by becoming the first player to score 400 goals in La Liga.
Against Eibar on Sunday, the Argentine struck the second goal in a 3-0 win at the Nou Camp early in the second half, rounding a defender and slotting into the bottom corner with his left foot.
He was given a fittingly ecstatic reception by Barcelona fans.
"Obviously, we have to be very proud of Messi because every week he demonstrates how good he is and continues to make history with the club," said Luis Suarez, who scored Barca's other two goals.
"He should be proud. Game after game, he shows what a great player he is. I am happy for him and for the history that he is writing for this club."
Suarez opened the scoring in the 19th minute after being set up by Philippe Coutinho.
Messi scored with a neat finish after good work from Suarez and Coutinho, before Sergi Roberto set up Suarez for his second with a deft strike from a tight angle.
Messi and Suarez have scored 31 league goals between them, more than any La Liga side has accumulated in total, apart from Sevilla and Celta Vigo, who have the same tally.
"He is from another galaxy," Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde said. "They are incredible numbers - his numbers are stratospheric. But he does much more than score goals; he also does so much to generate scoring chances for others."
The win keeps Barcelona five points clear on top of the table.
Messi has been La Liga's top scorer since 2014. He is the club's record scorer and has won nine league titles and four Champions League crowns.
Messi, named captain at the start of this season, was making his 435th La Liga appearance for the club. He has spent his entire career at Barcelona, debuting in 2004.
Second-placed Atletico Madrid had closed the gap on Barcelona to two points earlier on Sunday with a 1-0 win over Levante. Sevilla, sitting third, lost 2-0 at Athletic Bilbao.
Antoine Griezmann's 57th-minute penalty earned Diego Simeone's Atletico victory after Nikola Vukcevic handled Thomas Partey's cross.
"I think we're all doing the work, without my teammates I couldn't score and be here," said Griezmann.
Inaki Williams hit his first home goals since December 2016 as Athletic Bilbao beat Sevilla to move to 16th - three points clear of the relegation zone.
"We weren't bad but Athletic didn't stop hounding us ... although we had chances to get into the game, we weren't as efficient as we usually are," said coach Pablo Machin.
In Sunday's late game, Real Madrid defeated Real Betis 2-1, Dani Ceballos's 88th-minute free-kick taking Los Blancos to fourth, 10 points behind leaders Barcelona.