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MADRID---With a draw
against last-place Levante on
Sunday, Barcelona can equal
the club s all-time record of 28
consecutive matches without
Barcelona hasn't lost a game
since a 2-1 result at Sevilla in
the Spanish league in October.
It has won 22 games and drawn
five since then.
"We have a very important
objective, to continue winning
titles and providing enjoyment
to the fans," Barcelona coach
Luis Enrique said after the team's
7-0 rout of Valencia in the semi-
finals of the Copa del Rey on
Wednesday. "We have some
one-of-a-kind players, that's
evident. And there are still a lot
of things left to conquer."
The record was set when Pep
Guardiola coached the team in
the 2010-11 season.
Barcelona has won nine games
in a row and has outscored
opponents 30-3 in its last seven
games at the Camp Nou. It rout-
ed Levante 4-1 in a league game
at the stadium this season.
A draw on Sunday would also
be enough to keep the Catalan
club at the top of the standings
regardless of the results of its
rivals. With a game in hand,
Barcelona has a three-point lead
over Atletico Madrid and a four-
point advantage over third-place
Here are some things to watch
in the Spanish league this week-
Lionel Messi and Neymar
have been on top of their games
recently, but it's Luis Suarez who
has impressed the most in the
last few matches.
The Uruguay striker is enjoy-
ing his best season with
Barcelona, scoring 35 goals in 33
games. In the last five matches,
he found the net nine times.
The hat trick against Valencia
in the Copa del Rey on Wednes-
day was his fourth of the season.
Suarez is one of the leading scor-
ers in the Spanish league with
19 goals, along with Cristiano
"I just want to help," Suarez
said. "The entire team deserves
Real Madrid coach Zinedine
Zidane will be looking for his
first away victory since taking
over the squad last month.
Madrid plays at second-to-
last Granada on Sunday looking
to stay close to Barcelona at the
top of the standings.
Madrid was dominant in its
first three home matches with
Zidane in command, routing
Deportivo La Coruna 5-0,
Sporting Gijon 5-1 and Espanyol
6-0. In its only away game,
though, it was held by Real Betis
to a 1-1 draw in Seville.
Granada has lost three of its
last four matches. (AP)
BERLIN---Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola s
departure for Manchester City at the end of the
season seems to have disrupted the sense of har-
mony around the club.
Sporting director Matthias Sammer and chairman
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge criticised a media report
that called Arturo Vidal's professionalism at the
training camp in Qatar into question.
Rummenigge said the story was "as malicious
as it is untrue."
Sammer also hit out against recent criticism of
Guardiola and asked the media to give "a little
more respect because of the incredible work he's
delivered for German football."
Amid all the negative headlines, Bayern has a
very healthy lead in the Bundesliga after dropping
points in only two games all season.
This weekend, Bayern and Borussia Dortmund
will face stern tests.
Bayern, which leads Dortmund by eight points,
travels to Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday after Dort-
mund visits third-place Hertha Berlin. Hertha is
10 points behind Dortmund and already exceeding
expectations for the season.
Borussia Moenchengladbach hosts relegation-
threatened Werder Bremen to get the 20th round
of matcheses underway Friday.
Bayern's injury problems have contributed to the
sense of angst at the club.
On Wednesday, new signing Serdar Tasci had a
suspected concussion after a head injury in his first
training session when he collided with a team-
The former Germany defender was a surprise
addition to the squad on the last day of the winter
transfer window to help cover the absences of Spain
international Javi Martinez and Germany defender
Martinez is sidelined after surgery to remove
damaged cartilage in his left knee, while Boateng
is out for several months with a groin injury. (AP)
Unbeaten record on line
for thriving Barcelona
FC Barcelona's Luis Suarez, right, is congratulated by his teammate
Messi after scoring against Valencia during a semifinal, first leg,
Copa del Rey soccer match at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona,
Spain, Wednesday. AP PHOTO
Bayern, Dortmund to
maintain relentless pace
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