Although Barça aren't at the top of the Spanish League at the moment, they are unbeaten in the competition and indeed they have yet to lose in any of the competitions they are involved in.

Two titles already

Barça's season began with a big game - the Spanish Super Cup two legged final against Real Madrid, which they won after drawing in the Bernabeu and winning at the Camp Nou. Straight after that, it was the European Super Cup, which they won against Porto in Monaco, before beginning their current run of 11 unbeaten games in the league  - 7 wins and 4 draws. In the Champions League, Guardiola's men have already ensured qualification from the next round, with three wins and a draw, whilst the Spanish Cup campaign was begun successfully last week with a win at Hospitalet.

More than six months unbeaten

Barça's winning run began last season, after losing 2-1 to Real Sociedad at Anoeta on April 30th and since then they have gone 25 games without defeat: 16 wins and 9 draws – and won the four competitions they have been involved in – Spanish League, Champions League and European and Spanish Super Cups.

Only Benfica match Barça's run

Only Benfica in the other top European leagues, can match Barça; like the Catalans, they are are unbeaten in the league though they do not top the table. The Portuguese team are also unbeaten in the Champions League, where they needed to get through two qualifying rounds.

In the other European leagues, Juventus, fourth in Serie A are the only unbeaten team in the Italian league, though they are not involved in European competition. In neither the Premier League, the Bundesliga nor Ligue 1 are any teams left unbeaten. Manchester City, who are unbeaten in the league, went down in the Charity Shield to city neighbours United. Bayern Munich have lost twice and PSG once, in Germany and France.

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