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Barcelona edge past Valencia to record longest unbeaten streak in La Liga

16 Abril 2018
Barcelona edge past Valencia to record longest unbeaten streak in La Liga

BARCELONA, SPAIN - APRIL 14: Andres Iniesta of FC Barcelona competes for the ball with Geoffrey Kondogbia (L) Carlos Soler of Valencia CF during the La Liga match between Barcelona and Valencia at Camp Nou on April 14, 2018 in Barcelona, Spain.

"We issued a plea for information to those fans who may have been involved in these incidents", said a statement on Chelsea's website issued on Friday.

Barcelona's advantage was secured after a header from Samuel Umtiti found the back of the net.

Dusan Tadic and debutant Jan Bednarek put the hosts in command, but Giroud's first league goals for Chelsea either side of Eden Hazard's equaliser cut the gap on Liverpool and Tottenham in the fight for a top-four finish to seven points.

MF Sergio Busquets, 6 - Barca's anchor looked to be feeling the after-effects of his foot injury and would probably have rested had Ivan Rakitic not been unavailable, but he still managed to exert control and balance from his base in midfield and got forward occasionally. But the club have given Andres Iniesta a life-time contract but persistent rumors have linked the 2010 World Cup winner with a move away. "After a defeat like the one against Roma, there's always a painful period when questions are asked and everyone is affected". "First of all, because of the week we've had".

As a result, Barca set a new league high for games without losing, breaking a record which had been held by Real Sociedad since 1980.

It's not insane to think Burnley could climb into sixth and get an automatic space in the UEL, either.

Suarez opened the scoring in the 15th minute for the Catalan giants.

La Real's run, spread over two seasons, was ended by Sevilla on the penultimate day of the 1979-80 campaign and ultimately cost them the league title to Real Madrid. We need to learn from our mistakes.

"When Barcelona play at home, the numbers say that it is the most difficult venue in the league", he explained. Coutinho took a corner kick from the right side just six minutes into the second half.

Was this more than just three points? He almost scored one of the goals of the season when he volleyed a delightful Messi cross with his left-foot, only to see it saved by Neto. Their support has been essential for winning.