FC Barcelona recorded their ninth consecutive victory as they eased past Real Sociedad on Sunday evening to go back to the top of the table thanks to two goals from Lionel Messi and one each from David Villa, Andrés Iniesta and Bojan Krkic.
Barça now know who their possible rivals will be in the first knock out stage of the UEFA Champions League, with Inter, Milan, Marseilles, Olympic Lyon, Roma and Arsenal all possible candidates in the draw set for December 17th.
It seems that nothing can stop this Barça. After a complicated trip to Navarra, arriving less than an hour before kick-off, the team chalked up their seventh away win on the run with a 0-3 win at the Reyno de Navarra.
Josep Guardiola believes the game against Osasuna will be “a good test for us”. He also reckons that the team must put Monday’s win behind them and warned that Madrid would now be more dangerous than ever.