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Barca must avoid complacency


Inside the numbers of Barcelona's club-record 29-game unbeaten run

Luis Enrique says he is not worried about the prospect of Pep Guardiola trying to lure players from Barca.

Barcelona drew 1-1 away to Valencia on Wednesday, winning their Copa del Rey semifinal 8-1 on aggregate. The Catalan club will face either Sevilla or Celta Vigo in the final in May. In doing so, Luis Enrique's team is unbeaten in 29 straight games, a new record in the club's 118-year history.

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Here are some notes on the streak:

- During the unbeaten run that started on Oct. 17 with a 5-2 win over Rayo Vallecano, the club has won 23 games and drawn six. It has a goal difference of plus-72, scoring...

Barcelona set club record unbeaten run as Ivan Rakitic excels vs. Valencia

Ivan Rakitic was superb in a heavily rotated XI as Barcelona fought back to draw 1-1 at Valencia.

Barcelona qualified for their sixth Copa del Rey final in eight years after drawing with Valencia 1-1 at the Mestalla, making an 8-1 aggregate win. Wilfrid Kaptoum scored the only goal for the Blaugrana, who enjoyed 64 percent of possession, created 13 goalscoring chances and attempted 11 shots, three of them on target.

Given the overwhelming 7-0 advantage that the Catalans earned in the first leg at the Camp Nou, it was hardly surprising to see Luis Enrique using the game as a golden chance...

 By Lee Roden

Marc Bartra must prove himself at Barcelona or consider leaving

Barcelona lead their Copa del Rey semifinal tie 7-0 against Valencia, but Luis Enrique insisted the second leg will be tough.
Luis Enrique is not concerned with personal milestones unless they lead to trophies for Barcelona.

Even Gary Neville would acknowledge that Barcelona's task against his Valencia side on Wednesday night is to see the job through.

A seven-goal Catalan lead from the first leg, combined with Los Che's status as one of the poorest form teams in Spain means that Luis Enrique will hope for a relatively straightforward encounter, and demand that his players commit as few mistakes as possible.

For one of the Blaugrana fringe figures likely to make an appearance at the Mestalla, avoiding errors will be...

Barcelona recent success down to Luis Enrique's influential leadership

Luis Enrique is not concerned with personal milestones unless they lead to trophies for Barcelona.

Barcelona's unconvincing yet valuable away victory against Levante marked Luis Enrique's 100th game in charge of the Catalan giants, the perfect time to celebrate the Asturian's many successes and achievements since landing at the Camp Nou in the summer of 2014.

Back then, the Catalans were a team in decline. At the time, there was an obvious need to re-motivate a group of players who had already won every trophy in world football, to inject new talent in every line and to come up with alternatives...

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Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi both fail to score

ESPN FC's Brian McBride and Mark Donaldson assess this week's performance of Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona's Lionel Messi in La Liga.
The ESPN FC crew discuss what's been causing Cristiano Ronaldo to under-perform against the big and small teams.

Each week, ESPN FC projects and reviews the scoring battle between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in La Liga.

Current goals total in La Liga: Ronaldo 19-12 Messi

It's as you were in Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi's Spanish league scoring battle after both men failed to find the net on Sunday, despite being projected to score.

Ronaldo was off-target with each of the three shots he took in Real Madrid's 2-1 win at Granada.

Meanwhile, Messi had a goal disallowed as Barcelona won 2-0 at Levante...

Luis Enrique and Fernando Torres hit 100, Ronaldo struggles away

The ESPN FC crew discuss Barcelona's underwhelming 2-0 victory over Levante.

Five thoughts from another weekend of La Liga action as Atletico won, while Barcelona and Real Madrid did not convince in their victories.

1. Ton up for Luis Enrique

Luis Enrique's 100th game in charge of Barcelona was not their most flowing performance, but it did bring a 2-0 win at Levante on Sunday lunchtime to keep the Blaugrana in control of the title race.

Twelve of those 100 have come in six weeks since the winter break and Barca did look a team low on energy, but they did enough to win via...