Barcelona are the club with the fewest goals conceded in the Laliga after 22 games since 1990. The Catalan club conceded just 7 goals after 22 matches in the Laliga this season. No other club in the history of Laliga has conceded fewer goals after 22 league games than Barcelona.
Barcelona shot-stopper Ter Stegen has been in top form since the beginning of this season and has kept 17 clean sheets in 22 league games for the club.
The Catalan lost 1-0 to Almeria in their 23rd league game this season and it was a disappointing defeat for the team. Barcelona failed to extend their lead on the Laliga table and are still seven points ahead of the Los blancos.
Deportivo are the second club with the fewest goals conceded in the Laliga after 22 games since 1990. They conceded 9 goals in 22 matches in 1993/1994 season.
Atletico Madrid conceded 9 goals in 22 league games in 2017/2018 season. They also conceded 10 goals after 22 league games on two different occasions. The first time was in 1990/1991 season and then in 2015/2016 season.
Barcelona conceded 11 goals in 22 games on two different occasions. The first time was in 2010/2011 season and then in 2017/2018 season.
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