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29.11.2010 23:53

Five out of five for Guardiola

Roegr Bogunyà

This Monday’s win over Madrid was Josep Guardiola’s fifth in charge of the team - with Pep in at the helm, the team have never lost against their eternal rival.

This was Guardiola’s win number five following the 2-0 win on December 13th 2008, the 2-6 thrashing on May 2nd 2009, the 1-0 win at the Nou Camp last November 29th and the 0-2 win at the Bernabeu on April 10th 2010.


2010-11-29_FCB_-_REAL_MADRID_011.jpgThe goal difference between the two over those five games is an incredible 16-2 in Barça’s favour, with Messi leading the scorers on four goals - nearly one a game.

First defeat for Mourinho

FC Barcelona became the first team to beat Mourinho’s Madrid, who had gone 19 official games unbeaten (12 in La Lliga, 5 in the Champions and 2 in the Cup) and the 5-0 score line is the biggest that the Portuguese coach has ever suffered in his managerial career.

Cap gol en contra

2010-11-29_PARTIDO_09.JPGIn the three games against Madrid at the Nou Camp that Guardiola has been in charge, the team have not conceded a single goal and have scored eight goals themselves.
Five out of five for Guardiola
Unbeaten as a player
It’s not only as a coach that Pep has enjoyed success against Real Madrid, having played against them seven times, winning on five occasions and drawing the other two.

The most memorable of those wins must be the 5-0 victory when Romario scored a brilliant hat trick and Monday’s performance marked another five goal special for Guardiola.

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