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12.05.2010 11:40

Barca on verge of double century

Jesús Carrillo

In the two seasons that Josep Guardiola has been at the helm, FC Barcelona have scored the dizzying total of 199 league goals.

Last season’s tally of 105 goals in 38 league matches was a Club record as Barca powered their way to the league title with 87 points. The season was liberally sprinkled with high-scoring victories, especially in the Camp Nou, such as against Atletico Madrid (6-1), Malaga (6-0), Deportivo (5-0), Almeria (5-0), Valencia (4-0) and Sevilla (4-0). The team was also deadly on the road with outstanding results against Sporting (1-6), Malaga (1-4) and Real Madrid (2-6) leading many pundits to describe the team as the best in the Club’s long history.

Fewer goals, more points

Curiously enough, this season Barca have scored fewer goals (94, 41 in the Camp Nou and 44 away) but have accumulated no fewer than ten points more than at the same stage last year.

All competitions

2010-03-27_PARTIDO_25.JPGLast season, Barca scored a total of 153 goals in 62 matches in the league, Cup and Champions League and topped the scoring ranking in all three competitions. This season, with just one match remaining, the team has played 58 matches and scored 134 goals.
Barca on verge of double century
Better defensive record
Although the number of goals scored has decreased slightly, the record at the other end of the pitch has improved significantly. Last season, Barca conceded 35 goals in La Liga and a total of 55 in all competitions. This year, the team has conceded the miserly total of 24 goals in La Liga and 39 in all competitions.

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