Barcelona break incredible home-grown La Liga record in win over Leganes
Barcelona got back to winning ways on Sunday night (Picture: Getty)

Barcelona boss Luis Enrique managed to break an incredible club record when he named an eleven dominated by foreign players against Leganes.

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Ten non-Spanish players lined up against the lowly La Liga side as a Lionel Messi brace ensured Barcelona bounced straight back from the shocking 4-0 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain.

Enrique is the first Barcelona boss in their history to name ten foreign players in a La Liga game.

Never has a Barcelona side boasted so many non-Spanish players in a starting eleven as the Catalan giants have always adopted a home-grown player policy.

South American stars Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar helped Barcelona to victory after a bright start gave way to a difficult game.

Messi scored his 145th brace for his club on his 600th career appearance as Barcelona just about did enough to see off Leganes.

Barcelona break incredible home-grown La Liga record in win over Leganes
Lionel Messi was one of ten foreign players in Barcelona’s starting eleven (Picture: Getty)

The Argentine scored a late penalty with six Spanish players sitting on the bench at the start of the game.

Enrique called upon Andres Iniesta, Jordi Alba and Denis Suarez in the final ten minutes.

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