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The five FC Barcelona games this weekend

A brilliant weekend for the Club ends with the football, handball, basketball, roller hockey and futsal teams are all top of their leagues.

Un espectacle mundial

In the big game seen all over the world this weekend, Guardiola's team put in another marvellous performance to beat Real Madrid 1-3, thanks to goals from Alexis, Xavi and Cesc. That win, which was preceded by messages of support from the other sections, leaves the team top of the table, level on points with Real Madrid, ahead on goal difference though having played one more game.

Handball team win their Clasico

A few hours before the success at the Bernabeu, Barça Intersport won their own Clasico against Atlètico Madrid at the Palacio de Vistalegre. Xavi Pascual's team dominated thanks to a solid performance in goal from Saric and Nagy's decisive goals. The 23-25 results leaves Barça, who have won all 13 games, leaders, two points clear of Atletico.

Defence leads the way for Barça Regal

In another key game, Barça Regal overcame Unicaja (72-62). Despite a good effort from the visitors, a solid defence and shooting accuracy from Ndong and Eidson was enough to allow Regal to open up a decisive gap in the third quarter and with Real Madrid going down to  Estudiantes, Xavi Pascual's team are now on their own out front in the league.

Roller hockey team march on

Gaby Cairo's Barça beat SHUM Maçanet 5-3 at the Palau – a score line that barely reflected the home team's superiority. Barça were 5-1 up with seven minutes to play before the visitors hit back with two late goals. Torra, Ordeig (2), Pablo Álvarez and Gual scored for Barça, who now lead the OK Lliga by three points from Coinasa Liceo.

Another big score from futsal team

Barça Alusport got the biggest win of the weekend, beating  Reale Cartagena (7-0) on Friday to take the honorary title of winter champions after Fernandao (2), Wilde (2), Gabriel, Saad and Martel were all on target for Marc Carmona's side.

Spectacular numbers

After 16 games, Guardiola's team have a spectacular goal record, having scored a total of 50 –averaging more than three a game – and conceding just 8.

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