Barcelona fought back from two goals down, to defeat Real Sociedad 4-2 on Sunday night.
It was their first LaLiga victory at Anoeta in 11 years, as Ernesto Valverde’s men kept their unbeaten record intact.
Barca had lost five of their previous seven La Liga games at Sociedad and it looked to be more of the same again, when Willian Jose and Juanmi gave the hosts a two-goal lead.
Paulinho pulled one back before half-time, before Luis Suarez turned the game around with a brace.
Lionel Messi then fired in a long-range free kick to seal victory.
Barca now have 51 points, nine more than second-placed Atletico Madrid and 19 more than Real Madrid in fourth place.