FC Barcelona's 2–1 loss at Sevilla on Saturday broke a whole host of streaks. Here's a look at the most interesting statistics surrounding the game:
Barça hadn't lost at Sevilla since the 2006/07 season, which also ended 2–1.
Barça had never in its history gone that long (8 years) without losing at Sevilla in La Liga.
It was Sevilla coach Unai Emery's first victory in 21 matches versus FC Barcelona. Until Saturday his record was six draws and 14 defeats.
Sevilla ended the worst run in their history against Barça. They had gone 12 straight games, both home and away, without a win.
Barça won the battle of possession throughout the game: 56% in the first half and 67% in the second.
FC Barcelona completed 442 passes, while Sevilla completed just 246.
Javier Mascherano had a game-high 11 ball recoveries.
Neymar had as many shots on goal (5) as Sevilla's whole team.
The Brazilian striker also had a game-high 91 touches.