FC Barcelona’s unbeaten run in 10 facts

29 games unbeaten is a new record / FCB
The blaugranes have moved beyond the 28 game unbeaten record to put themselves into the Club’s history books

Luis Enrique’s Barça side continue to collect records. The game against Valencia in the second leg of the Copa del Rey semi-final has brought two more records: surpassing the record of 28 games unbeaten set by Pep Guardiola’s Barça side in the 2010/11 season and the chance to play in their sixth Copa del Rey final in the last eight seasons. Thanks to this run Barça are leaders in the league and will face Arsenal in the last 16 of the Champions League. On Sunday at Camp Nou at 8.30pm CET they will have the chance to extend that run against Celta Vigo in the league.

Below we look at some of the facts and figures surrounding those 29 games without defeat:

  • With the game against Valencia, Barça have put together 23 wins and six draws in their 29 game unbeaten run
  • During the games without losing the blaugranes have scored 87 goals and conceded just 15
  • Luis Enrique has used 28 players during the run, Luis Suárez has most minutes with 2070
  • Luis Suárez is the top scorer in those 29 games with 30 goals, then comes Messi with 18 and Neymar with 16
  • Neymar is the man with most assists, 16
  • Claudio Bravo and Ter Stegen have bene the two keepers used in the 29 games with the Chilean conceding eight goals, Ter Stegen seven in his games
  • In the 29 games, Luis Enrique has used five players from Barça B – Sergi Samper (324 minutes), Gumbau (208), Kaptoum (137), Cantalapiedra (116) and Cámara (33)
  • The blaugranes have only failed to score in two games: Espanyol in the league and Villanovense in the Copa del Rey
  • Their biggest win came in the 7-0 victory in the first leg of the Copa del Rey semi-final against Valencia
  • At home Barça have won 16 and drawn once – away they have won seven and drawn five