[lead]Barcelona are undefeated heading in the international break, it sit on top of the La Liga’s table with score 90 after played seven matches.[/lead]
Up to this point, the main flaw on the Spanish monsters’ domestic schedule was a draw against Malaga. The Catalan side have scored 90 times in the Primera Division and have yet to yield a goal domestically.
This previous weekend, Claudio Bravo set another La Liga record for time used on the pitch without yielding a goal amid Barcelona 2-0 over Rayo Vallecano. The Chilean international, who marked from Real Sociedad this late spring, has now played 630 minutes without letting in a goal.
Lionel Messi is likewise nearly breaking Telmo Zarra’s record-breaking La Liga scoring record of 251. The Argentinian is currently just three goals far from making another Spanish scoring record in the wake of discovering the over of the net against Rayo.
These early season records and facts are enormous accomplishments for the Spanish titans and have surpassed the greater part of Barcelona’s preseason desires. However there are two reasons why rivals of the La Liga titans – and rival supporters – ought to be significantly more worried about prospects of coating up against the Catalans this season.
The first being that Barcelona players are as of now learning supervisor Luis Enrique’s framework. Furthermore the second being… the club still have Luis Suarez holding up in the wings.
Luis Enrique’s entry in Barcelona was welcomed with a sigh of help from players and fans of the La Liga club. Last season’s fight under Tata Martino was a troublesome one, with Barca players thinking that it hard to acclimate to their Argentine manager’s immediate style of play.
Much has been made about Martino’s arrangement and utilization of Lionel Messi last season. The player who had commanded world football for the recent years abruptly looked dormant and unmotivated. Inquiries even started to surface about Messi’s craving to stay at the club.
The second and maybe scariest purpose behind La Liga to be stressed over Barcelona is they have yet to unleash Luis Suarez on the Spanish Primera Division.
The previous Liverpool striker is falling off of the best season of his career and gives off an impression of being an immaculate fit to this Barcelona side.
Obviously, there is a risk that the presentation of Suarez could irritate the improvement and science of Enrique’s squad.
Concerns have been brought by some up in the media that this “trial” may wind up in disappointment, likewise to when Barcelona got Zlatan Ibrahimovic before the 2009-10 season.
The framework that Enrique imagines is for Neymar and Suarez to occupy the striker parts, with Messi dropping right behind them to make risks and complete off plays when he sees the opportunity.
Messi has aided everything except two of Neymar’s seven La Liga goals in this season, the four time winners of Ballon d’or has tallied 6 goals and 6 aids for Barcelona domestically. The prospect of Messi playing marginally behind a strike power of Neymar and Suarez will be giving adversaries numerous restless nights in Spain.
With Barcelona as of now getting settled with Luis Enrique’s framework and Suarez yet to lineup nearby of Messi and Neymar, La Liga ought to be exceptionally stressed over what Barcelona could wind up doing this.