Real Madrid have amassed 118 trophy wins, in regional, national, continental and global competitions. Barcelona, on the other hand, have gathered 130 titles over their history. The debate over which is the most decorated club in Spanish football continues.
Barcelona are among the greatest clubs in the history of football, with countless world class talents pulling on the famous jersey over the years.
With that in mind, ESPN FC looks at the longest-ever unbeaten streaks in La Liga.
- Real Sociedad: 38 games (1979-80) ...
- Barcelona: 37 games* (2017-2018) ...
- Barcelona: 31 games (2010-2011) ...
- Real Madrid: 31 games (1988-1989) ...
- Real Madrid: 29 games (1996-97)
La Liga All time - Most Assists
150 Lionel Messi
85 Cristiano Ronaldo
77 Karim Benzema
73 Jorge Koke
How many world best Barcelona have produce?
Barcelona (Wins: 12)
Before Messi came along, Barcelona had won the Ballon d'Or six times, including Cruyff's 1973 award (he joined the Catalan club from Ajax that year, so it's shared between the two clubs in certain record books). But Messi hastaken Barça's tally to 12 following his latest honour.
Who is better Real Madrid or Barcelona?
Los Blancos have won 33 league championships — a Spanish record — and are seven ahead of the Blaugrana. They are also well clear when it comes to the Champions League, with 13 to Barca's five.
The trophy cabinets.
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