Real Betis became the first team to score four goals against Barcelona at Camp Nou in 15 years on Sunday.
Barcelona's shock 4-3 defeat to Real Betis on Sunday marked the first time the Catalan giants have conceded four goals at Camp Nou in 15 years.
Lionel Messi – making his first appearance since fracturing his arm against Sevilla on October 20 – scored twice, but it was not enough to prevent a stunning reverse against Quique Setien's side.
A chaotic display at the back from Barca allowed Junior, Joaquin, Giovani Lo Celso and Sergio Canales to all get on the scoresheet – the first time they have conceded four at home since a 4-2 defeat to Deportivo La Coruna in April 2003.
The loss also marks the first time Barca have conceded in 10 consecutive LaLiga fixtures since a run of 12 under Louis van Gaal between September and December in 1998.
4 - Barcelona have conceded four goals in a competitive game at the Camp Nou for the first time since April 2003 vs Deportivo (2-4). Surprise. pic.twitter.com/BMpjdsUtG6— OptaJose (@OptaJose) November 11, 2018
Barca remain top of LaLiga, but neighbours Espanyol will pull level with them on 24 points if they overcome Sevilla on Sunday.