Spain’s prestigious Barcelona is challenging the record set by José Mourinho 18 years ago for the minimum number of goals conceded in a single season in Europe’s top five leagues.
Barcelona won 2-0 in the 2022/23 season La Liga round 22 home game against Cadiz held at Spotify Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain on the 20th (Korean time).
Barcelona, which added 3 points, recorded 59 points (19 wins, 2 draws, 1 loss), maintaining an 8-point gap with second place Real Madrid, which beat Osasuna the previous day.온라인바카라
Barcelona’s momentum this season is scary. It is getting closer and closer to winning the league after 4 seasons since the 2018/19 season.
The foundation is the best defense in Europe.
Defensive leader Gerard Pique announced his retirement after the first half, but with the addition of goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen’s saving ability and prospect Alejandro Walde’s growth, freshmen Andreas Christensen and Jules Kunde are adding to the defense.
Currently, Barcelona has conceded only 7 goals in 22 matches, recording the lowest number of goals in the top 5 European leagues. Barcelona is the only one so far to have scored in single digits in the league.
According to Opta, a statistics company, Barcelona’s 7 goals in 22 matches is the lowest ever in La Liga based on the 22nd round. The previous record was nine conceded by Barcelona in 1986/87, Deportivo La Coruna in 1993/94 and Atletico Madrid in 2017/18.
He also scored 17 clean sheets in 22 matches, breaking Deportivo’s 16 scoreless streak in 1993/94. Barcelona is breaking all records related to conceding.
With this momentum, it is possible to break the record for the fewest goals in the history of the top 5 European leagues. The record for the fewest goals ever conceded was 15 by Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea team in 2004/05.
In the meantime, many teams have challenged Ma’s record of 15 runs, but failed. 2015/16 Bayern Munich came closest with 17 goals, 2012/13, 2014/15 Munich and 2015/16 Atletico Madrid came second with 18 goals.
There are 16 matches left. Attention is focusing on whether Barcelona can break Mourinho’s record in 18 years.