Barcelona’s 2-0 Champions League last 16 first leg victory over Arsenal on Tuesday night has extended their unbeaten run across all competitions to 33 games.
The spell of form, which started on October 17 with a 5-2 win over Rayo Vallecano in La Liga also covers matches in the Copa del Rey, FIFA Club World Cup and Champions League.
Luis Enrique’s side will, though, be wary about their next match as they take on Sevilla, the team who inflicted their last loss, at the Nou Camp.
But how does Barcelona’s current run compare to the longest unbeaten spells in English football?
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NB. We have only included teams that played in the top division of English football. Results in competitions include First Division/Premier League, European competition (including UEFA Super Cup), FA Cup, League Cup and Charity/Community Shield. Friendly matches are not included.