Barcelona's LaLiga victory over Valencia on Sunday evening saw them become the first Spanish side in over 40 years to make it past the first 28 top-flight games of the season with no red cards or penalties given against them.
The last time this occurred was in 1970/71, when both Barça and arch rivals Real Madrid reached this stage of the league campaign having suffered no dismissals or faced any spot-kicks.
The most recent LaLiga sending-off of a Barcelona player came back in October 2015, when Javier Mascherano was given his marching orders against Eibar.
Meanwhile, Los Azulgranas haven't been on the wrong end of a penalty in Primera División since a clash with Celta Vigo in February 2016.
Real's LaLiga advantage back to two points
Barça's 4-2 victory at the Camp Nou saw them reduce Real's lead at the top of LaLiga to two points, with Los Blancos still to play their game in hand at Celta.