Full Name : Pedro Eliezer Rodríguez Ledesma
Position : Desno krilo/Winger (RF)


Datum rojstva: 28.07.1987


Kraj rojstva: Santa Cruz de Tenerife 


Starost: 26 let


Višina: 1.69 cm



This winger, born in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, joined the Barça youth structure in August 2004 to play for the Juvenil A side after previously representing CD San Isidro.
After three years in the reserve teams, Pedro got his first taste of the first team during the 2007/08 season. Both these games were at the Camp Nou, against Murcia in game 19 and Valladolid in game 29. But he still spent most of the season with Barça B, helping them to promotion to Division 2B. He scored six goals in 36 outings.
Guardiola, now manager of the first team, kept a close eye on his former charge. In fact, Pedro was one of the players he made the most use of in the 2008/09 preseason. As the season progressed, Pedro started playing a role in all three competitions, and even enjoyed some pitch time in the Copa del Rey and Champions League finals. In total, he appeared in 14 games in the 2008/09 season, but didn't score any goals until the 2009-10 Supercup match at such a historic location as San Mamés.
On August 20, 2009 Pedro signed a contract as a first team player after being one of the highest scorers in the preseason matches. In 2009, Pedro Rodríguez scored in the Spanish League, Copa del Rey, Champions League , both the European and Spanish Super Cups and the World Club Cup – the first player in the world to achieve this. Without a doubt the grand revelation of the 2009-10 season. He scored 10 goals in the league of the 99 points.
In 2010/11 he stayed as strong, making 53 appearances, one more than 2009/10, and scored 22 goals, one fewer than the previous year, one of which was the opener at Wembley. In the 2010/11 season he scored in six consecutive games, something only Escolà, Quini and Stoichkov had done before him.
In the 2011/12 season, Pedro Rodríguez scored 13 goals in 48 games, not quite as good a tally as in previous seasons but some of those were crucial goals, such as his brace in the Copa del Rey final on May 25. As well as that title, he also won the Spanish Supercup, European Supercup and the Clubs World Cup.
His extraordinary performances at club level took him to the Spanish squad for the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa. He made the starting line-up in the semi-final and final and became a key figure in Spain's eventual victory.



Played Points
1 FC Barcelona 25 63
2 Atletico Madrid 25 55
3 Real Madrid 25 54
4 Villarreal 25 49
5 Sevilla 25 41
6 Celta de Vigo 25 38
7 Eibar 25 36
8 Athletic Bilbao 25 35
9 Real Sociedad 25 33
10 Deportivo 25 32
11 Valencia 25 31
12 Málaga 25 31
13 Real Betis 25 27
14 Getafe 25 26
15 Rayo Vallecano 25 25
16 Espanyol 25 25
17 Sporting Gijon 25 24
18 Las Palmas 25 21
19 Levante 25 20
20 Granada 25 20

Uefa CL

Uefa CL

Wins DRAW Lost Points
1 FC Barcelona 5 0 1 15
2 PSG 4 1 1 13
3 Ajax 1 2 3 5
4 APOEL 0 1 5 1