Nikola Vlasic played his hundredth official match for Hajduk in the last championship match against Slaven Belupo. Nikola is 19 years and 186 days old and has become the youngest player in the history of the Club who reached the hundredth cap in official games, and in his jubilee match, he was also the team captain.
The previous record of the same kind was set by Stjepan Andrijasevic, who played his 100th match for Hajduk in the season 1986/87, when he was 20 years and 120 days old.
It should be noted that till now, Vlasic has also set new Club records as:
- Hajduk's youngest debutant in official international matches (in the match against Dundalk - 16 years and 286 days), where he has also become the youngest Hajduk's scorer in UEFA competitions
- Hajduk's youngest scorer in the First Croatian League (in the match against Zadar with 17 years and 29 days).
So far, he scored seven goals for Hajduk and added 22 assists, but it is certainly interesting to note that his assists were provided to as many as 15 different scorers. His most often assists were to Franck Ohandza (3 assists), followed by Andrija Balic, Toma Basic, Ante Erceg, Elvir Maloku and Jefferson, who scored twice on Vlasic's assist.
When analyzing the teams thet were Hajduk's opponents in the matches that he played, he collected the most appearances against RNK Split, as many as 13 . He played eleven matches against Dinamo and nine against Slaven Belupo and Lokomotiva.
Among his teammates, he played most matches with Lovre Kalinic, former goalkeeper and captain of Hajduk ,who is now playing for the Belgian Gent. Niksi and Lovre played together in 75 matches.