Luis Suárez guided Barça to victory (report, highlights) against Leganés with his brace of goals and Marc-André Ter Stegen did so with his saves. The FC Barcelona goalkeeper was crucial once again and he produced some top-draw saves at Butarque.

Garitano’s side couldn’t found a way past him with the blaugrana thwarting Szymanowski, Beauvue and Amrabat. The first two had clear cut chances to draw their side level either side of the break. While Amrabat’s chance could have got his team back into the game at 2-1. However, that was not to be the case as Ter Stegen stood tall and he has now saved 19 of the last 20 shots on goal he has faced in the last four games.

In total, the German international has saved 89% of the shots on his goal making him the keeper in La Liga with the best save ratio from those who have played at least two games.

Barça have only conceded four goals in the opening twelve fixtures of La Liga which is the best defensive start to a season in the blaugranas’ history. Only Atlético Madrid in 1995 have conceded fewer goals by this point with three.

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