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Messi, Neymar Jr i Suárez celebren un dels sis gols marcats a l'Athletic Club al Camp Nou/ MIGUEL RUIZ- FCB

After a fantastic midweek win against Arsenal, FC Barcelona now turn their attention to their league game against Sevilla on Sunday, who were the last team to inflict defeat on Luis Enrique’s side.

Since the 2-1 loss at Sánchez Pizjuán on 3 October, Barça have embarked on a club record unbeaten streak which stands at 33 matches, 27 of which have been victories.

As a result of this superb run, Barça find themselves eight points clear at the top of the league, in the Copa del Rey final and with one foot in the Champions League quarter-finals.

In those 33 games, Barça have racked up 100 goals (an average of 3.03 scored per game) and 18 conceded. The famous front three of Messi, Suárez and Neymar Jr have been responsible for 77 of the century of goals.

Barça have won 14 of the last 15 matches, with the only draw coming in the second leg of the Copa del Rey semi-final against Valencia with a 7-0 advantage from the first game.

If they manage to avoid defeat against Sevilla, they will equal Real Madrid’s record of 34 matches unbeaten in the 1988/99 season. Here is a breakdown of the record so far:

Liga

Week

Opponent

Result

Venue

Scorers

8

Rayo Vallecano

5-2

Camp Nou

Neymar (4), Suárez

9

Eibar

3-1

Camp Nou

Suárez (3)

10

Getafe

2-0

Coliseum Alfonso Pérez

Suárez, Neymar

11

Villareal

3-0

Camp Nou

Neymar (2), Suárez

12

Reial Madrid

0-4

Santiago Bernabéu

Suárez (2), Neymar, Iniesta

13

Real Sociedad

4-0

Camp Nou

Neymar (2), Messi, Suárez

14

Valencia CF

1-1

Mestalla

Suárez

15

Deportivo

2-2

Camp Nou

Rakitic, Messi

17

Real Betis

4-0

Camp Nou

Suárez (2),Messi, Westermann (OG)

18

RCD Espanyol

0-0

RCDE Stadium

 

19

Granada

4-0

Camp Nou

Messi (3), Neymar

20

Athletic Club

6-0

Camp Nou

Suárez (3), Neymar, Messi, Rakitic

21

Màlaga

1-2

La Rosaleda

Messi, Munir

22

Atletico Madrid

2-1

Camp Nou

Messi, Suárez

23

Levante

0-2

Ciutat de València

Suárez, David Navarro (OG)

24

Celta Vigo

6-1

Camp Nou

Suárez (3), Neymar, Messi, Rakitic

17

Sporting Gijón

1-3

El Molinón

Messi (2), Suárez

25

Las Palmas

1-2

Gran Canaria

Suárez, Neymar

Champions League

Round

Opponent

Result

Venue

Scorers

Group stages

BATE Borisov

0-2

Boríssov Arena

Rakitic (2)

Group stages

BATE Borisov

3-0

Camp Nou

Neymar, Suárez

Group stages

Roma

6-1

Camp Nou

Messi (2), Suárez (2), Adriano, Piqué

Group stages

Bayer Leverkusen

1-1

BayArena

Messi

Last 16 (first leg)

Arsenal

0-2

Arsenal Stadium

Messi (2)

Copa del Rey

Round

Opponent

Result

Venue

Scorers

Round of 32 (first leg)

Villanovense

0-0

Romero Cuerda

-

Round of 32 (second leg)

Villanovense

6-1

Camp Nou

Sandro (3), Munir (2), Dani Alves

Round of 16 (first leg)

RCD Espanyol

4-1

Camp Nou

Messi (2), Neymar, Piqué

Round of 16 (second leg)

RCD Espanyol

0-2

RCDE Stadium

Munir (2)

Quarter-finals (first leg)

Athletic Club

1-2

San Mamés

Munir, Neymar

Quarter-finals (second leg)

Athletic Club

3-1

Camp Nou

Suárez, Neymar, Piqué

Semi-finals (first leg)

Valencia

7-0

Camp Nou

Suárez (4), Messi (3)

Semi-finals (second leg)

Valencia

1-1

Mestalla

Kaptoum

Club World Cup

Round

Opponent

Result

Stadium

Scorers

Semi-final

Guangzhou Evergrande

3-0

Yokohama International Stadium

Suárez (3)

Final

River Plate

3-0

Yokohama International Stadium

Messi, Suárez (3)

 

After a fantastic midweek win against Arsenal, FC Barcelona now turn their attention to their league game against Sevilla on Sunday, who were the last team to inflict defeat on Luis Enrique’s side.

Since the 2-1 loss at Sánchez Pizjuán on 3 October, Barça have embarked on a club record unbeaten streak which stands at 33 matches, 27 of which have been victories.

As a result of this superb run, Barça find themselves eight points clear at the top of the league, in the Copa del Rey final and with one foot in the Champions League quarter-finals.

In those 33 games, Barça have racked up 100 goals (an average of 3.03 scored per game) and 18 conceded. The famous front three of Messi, Suárez and Neymar Jr have been responsible for 77 of the century of goals.

Barça have won 14 of the last 15 matches, with the only draw coming in the second leg of the Copa del Rey semi-final against Valencia with a 7-0 advantage from the first game.

If they manage to avoid defeat against Sevilla, they will equal Real Madrid’s record of 34 matches unbeaten in the 1988/99 season. Here is a breakdown of the record so far:

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