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The 2-0 win at Levante means a new milestone has been reached under Luis Enrique / FCB

The 2-0 defeat of Levante means that Barça have now gone 28 games unbeaten in all competitions, matching the all-time record for Spanish football set by Pep Guardiola’s amazing team of 2010/11.

Barça have not lost since the 2-1 reverse at Sevilla on October 3. They have since put together 23 wins and five draws to move top of the league with a game in hand, into the last sixteen of the UEFA Champions League and are also practically through to the Copa del Rey Final after a 7-0 win in the first leg.

The 127-day run has included the magnificent 4-0 win over Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu and victory in the Club World Cup in Japan. Among the few setbacks was the 0-0 draw with Espanyol to start the year, but the response to that has been a run of ten wins on the trot, including a vital 2-1 defeat of Atlético to leave the Blaugrana comfortably clear at the top of the Liga table.

Now that the record has been equalled, Barça are now aiming to set a new all-time best when they return to Valencia on Wednesday night, this time to Mestalla in the cup.

Similarities between the two unbeaten runs

Stats

LUIS ENRIQUE

PEP GUARDIOLA

Wins

23

23

Draws

5

5

Goals for

86

85

Goals against

14

14

Top three scorers

Suárez (30), Messi (18), Neymar Jr (17)

Messi (23), Villa (15), Pedro (13)

Biggest win

7-0 v Valencia (Copa del Rey)

8-0 at Almería (La Liga)

Winning streak

10

10

Last defeat

at Sevilla (2-1, La Liga)

v Hércules (0-2, La Liga)

Team position

Liga leader, last 16 of Champions League and in Copa del Rey semis

Liga leader, last 16 of Champions League and in Copa del Rey semis

At Camp Nou

16 wins, 1 draw

13 wins, 2 draws

Away from home

7 wins, 4 draws

10 wins, 3 draws


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