The race to the finish line is just starting, as the teams came back from the international holiday all guns blazing for a frantic season. The 2018/19 season in Europe must be just starting, with three to five games away, but some teams are still unbeaten. These clubs are keeping a 100 % winning record so far this season and show no signs of slowing down.

6. Bayern Munich (3 games)

Arjen Robben is enjoying his time with Bayern Munich as he approaches his 35th birthday. Robben scored a spectacular 20-yard volley in a 3-1 win over Bayer Leverkusen over the weekend to help the Bundesliga giant keep their 100% winning rhythm.

5. Juventus (4 games)

The wait was over as Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first goals for Juventus in a 2-1 win over Sassuolo on Sunday. Both Ronaldo’s goals came in the second half. However, the champions’ fourth win in as many games this season was overshadowed by Brazilian Costa’s late red card for spitting at Sassuolo’s Federico Di Francesco.

4. Barcelona (4 games)

Barcelona scored two goals in three second-half minutes to come from behind and beat Real Sociedad to maintain their 100% start to the La Liga season. The champions trailed after 12 minutes when they failed to clear a free-kick and Aritz Elustondo lashed in.

But Luis Suarez scrambled the ball home in the 63rd minute before Ousmane Dembele converted at another corner.

3. Liverpool (5 games)

After Manchester City’s comfortable run to the Premier League title last season, it seemed as if the most likely outcome this season was for the club to do it again with not much competition. But for now, early on in this campaign, Liverpool seems up for the challenge.

The Reds made a statement on Saturday, producing a convincing performance to beat Tottenham at Wembley 2-1. They got goals from Georgino Wijnaldum and Roberto Firmino, only conceding late, making it five straight wins to start the season.

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