Barcelona's Philippe Coutinho and Andres Iniesta look dejected after Levante's Emmanuel Boateng scores their second goal. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
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After drawing at home to Real Madrid last weekend, despite playing the second half with 10 men, and thrashing Villarreal, Barca sat just two games away from the historical feat.It was 1932 when the last side, Real Madrid, went unbeaten in the top-flight but even that was across only 18 matches, in a 10-team division. Bardhi's blistering shot restored the two-goal advantage before Boateng completed his hat-trick as Barca's defense was ripped apart again on the break.Another counter just before the hour ended with another crisp Bardhi finish, as Barca were now staring at a four-goal deficit. When Boateng brought down Sergio Busquets in the area and Suarez drove the penalty down the middle with 20 minutes left, it felt inevitable Barca would find a fifth.
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