With a third of the 2018/19 season now having passed, only five teams in Europe's top five leagues remain unbeaten.
In Germany, Borussia Dortmund are running the show, and are the only side yet to lose a match after 12 Bundesliga games. With BVB having picked up nine wins and three draws, Lucien Favre's team leads the table, four points ahead of second-placed Borussia Monchengladbach, while defending champions Bayern Munich sit in fifth spot, nine points behind the log leaders.
However, Dortmund are not the only unbeaten side in Europe's top five leagues this season – both Manchester City and Liverpool are yet to lose a Premier League game this season. City currently lead the EPL table, two points ahead of Liverpool, after picking up 11 wins and two draws, whereas the Reds have collected 10 victories and one more draw than Pep Guardiola's men. While this is Liverpool's best-ever start to a Premier League campaign, City went one better last season, when they had 12 wins and just one draw after 13 games.
Over in Italy, Juventus have that exact record so far. The Bianconeri have won 12 and drawn one of their first 13 games of the Serie A season, which is a new record in Italy, and sees them already eight points ahead of second-placed Napoli.
There is one team that reigns supreme above the rest, though. Thomas Tuchel's Paris Saint-Germain have won all of their 14 Ligue 1 games so far – a new record for the club and the league. As a consequence, they have opened up a massive 15-point gap on second-placed Olympique Lyon.
Meanwhile, there are no unbeaten teams left in Spain's top flight, but Sevilla have climbed above FC Barcelona in the table. The LaLiga title race is currently the closest in Europe, with the top four being separated by just three points.
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