Barca extend unbeaten run to 36
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Barcelona extended their unbeaten run to 36 games which consists
Of 30 wins and 6 draws.Eibar was the latest victim to suffer the onslaught
That Barca is unleashing on the footballing fraternity at present.
They opened the scoring the through Munir in the 8th minute.
A Lionel Messi orchestration as he dinked in the ball to Suarez in the 18 who cut it across
Goal for Munir to tap in. The second was a typical Leo solo goal, a brilliant run into the 18
side stepping two defenders before tucking it away into the far post. Messi then won
A penalty which resulted in the Catalans 3rd goal, which completed Messi’s brace.
Luis Suarez rounded off the goal haul with an astonishing show of power, nutmegging one
defender as he managed a tight squeeze through two players before unleashing madness
Into the back of the net. The result has helped the Blaugrana maintain an 8 point advantage
From second placed Athletico while keeping eternal rivals Real Madrid at a very safe distance
Away 12 points behind. Ultimately, the run has also facilitated and secured their qualification
Into the copa del Rey finals and one foot into the Champions league quarter final after having
Handed Arsenal an Emirates defeat.
However, as to his usual demeanor, Luis Enrique would rather maintain calm and concentrate
On how to overcome future challenges than bask in the glory of the present, he had this to
say after the match.
“We are where we want to be thanks to the work we have
done. The decisive stretch of the season is now being played,”
said Luis Enrique.
“In La Liga we are very well placed, but there are many points
to play for against direct rivals.
“No one has assurances that we will be at this level in the
next game. We are not going to be distracted by being called
champions ahead of time.
“It is won when mathematically there are no more points. Until
this day, the Liga is not finished.”
The victory at Ipurua followed a 5-1 thumping of Rayo
Vallecano on Thursday, but Luis Enrique enjoyed Sunday’s
“I think we were even better than in Vallecas. We are not
afraid to be doing so well. These players do what they enjoy:
to compete and to win,” he added.
“Everything went well in general. We have been good
throughout the match, I have no complaints. If we had been at
a lower level, we would have suffered.”