It's time to call it a day. Barcelona have seen off Levante in emphatic style and could even afford to miss a penalty. Make no mistake. Luis Enrique means business in his first season in charge of Barca. And soon he'll be able to call on the services of Luis Suarez. Thanks for your company.
- Barcelona yet to drop a point
- Neymar puts Barca ahead
- Rakitic, Sandro and Pedro also score
- Messi adds the fifth
- Levante have Vyntra sent off
- Palermo 1-1 Inter Milan
- PSG 1-1 Lyon
French Ligue 1
The full-time whistle has just gone in Paris and reigning French champions Paris St-Germain are held for the fourth time in six games as Lyon record a 1-1 draw.
Spanish La Liga
Barcelona are back in La Liga action on Wednesday when they travel to face mid-table Malaga. On the same night reigning champions Atletico Madrid are away to Almeria while Real Madrid are at home to Elche on Tuesday.
French Ligue 1Copyright: Reuters
Monaco, who lost key Colombian players Radamel Falcao and James Rodriguez during the transfer window, finally had something to celebrate as Nabil Dirar's goal earned them a 1-0 home win against Guingamp.
Lille 0 - 0 Montpellier
Lens 0 - 1 Saint-Etienne
Monaco 1 - 0 Guingamp
Italian Serie A
Inter Milan have ground on the leaders in Serie A after being held to a 1-1 draw at Palermo. Franco Vazquez put the Rosaneri ahead in the third minute with Mateo Kovacic levelling three minutes before half-time.Copyright: AFP
Spanish La Liga
Real Sociedad 1 - 2 Almeria
Villarreal 4 - 2 Rayo Vallecano
Cordoba 1 - 3 Sevilla
French Ligue 1
A late equaliser for Lyon. PSG have been far from their best and a slip from Blaise Matuidi is punished as Samuel Umtiti lashes home the equaliser. Five minutes left in Paris.Copyright: AFP
Played four. Won four. Scored 11. Conceded none.
Barcelona are two points clear at the top of La Liga.
Two minutes of added time. Levante can't get near the ball as Barca spend the few moments of this game camped on the edge of the home team's penalty area.
The rain is chucking it down now. Barcelona don't care. They are moments away from their biggest win of the season.
Rich: I still enjoy watching La Liga, but matches like this really highlight the lack of strength in depth compared to the Premier League.
Levante continue to chase shadows as the game enters the final five minutes. Can Barcelona add a sixth?
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Luis Suarez must be licking his lips watching this. Barca's new striker is eligible to make his debut in just over a month's time.
That really was a dreadful mistake by the Levante keeper. It's been a truly dreadful night for La Liga's bottom club.
And Lionel Messi finally has his goal. And what a gift! Levante keeper Jesus Fernandez attempts to throw the ball to a team-mate but only succeeds in giving it to Messi right on the edge of the area. He promptly chips the ball into the net with his right-foot. Levante cannot wait for the final whistle.Copyright: AFP
Barca are going two points clear at the top of La Liga. They look the real deal this season.
Many of the locals have seen enough. Lots of empty seats around the Ciutat de Valencia. The wet weather and Barcelona's emphatic finishing have convinced them to head home early.
This is as emphatic as the scoreline suggests. Lionel Messi is clearly desperate to get his name on the scoresheet after his penalty miss. He's got just over 20 minutes to do it.
This could get very embarrassing for Levante. Their defence caves in again as Pedro slides in his side's fourth from 10-yards following a wonderful move involving impressive young substitute Sandro.
Barcelona are on the rampage.Copyright: AP
Barcelona are well on their way to a fourth straight league win without conceding. It's just a matter of how many goals they clock up. Make no mistake. They are hungry to make up for last season's lack of major silverware.
Lionel Messi is showing glimpses of his brilliant best as he tees-up substitute Sandro to fire Barca's third to finish a move started by Sergio Busquets. Delightful.Copyright: AFP
A rare chance for Levante as they win a free-kick just outside the Barcelona penalty area. Papakouli Diop takes a run up...and hammers the ball into the wall.
Worried faces on the Barcelona bench as Neymar crumples to the floor following a challenge. The Brazilian is in no hurry to get back on his feet. He eventually limps off but clearly wants to get back on the pitch. Luis Enrique has other thoughts and replaces Neymar with Sandro Ramirez.
Andres Iniesta fires over from inside the area as Barcelona look to kill the game off early. Real Madrid hit eight on Saturday. Can Barca get near that?
The rain continues to fall as the second half begins.
Barcelona scored 17 times in four league and cup games against Levante last season. They've added a further two in the opening 45 minutes in Valencia but they'll fancy adding to that tally with Levante down to 10 men.
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Bayer Leverkusen missed a chance to reclaim the lead in the Bundesliga after suffering a 4-1 loss at Wolfsburg. Ricardo Rodriguez scored two goals while Vieirinha and Aaron Hunt also found the net for Wolfsburg, who bounced back from Thursday's 4-1 defeat at Everton in the Europa League.
Promoted Paderborn, who beat Hanover 2-0 on Saturday, are top of the Bundesliga after four games.
Wolfsburg 4 - 1 Bayer Leverkusen
Cologne 0 - 0 Borussia Monchengladbach
Italian Serie A
Chievo 2-3 Parma
Genoa 1 - 0 Lazio
Sassuolo 0 - 0 Sampdoria
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Dutch champions Ajax overcame Feyenoord 1-0 in Rotterdam, full-back Ricardo van Rhijn clinching the points with a spectacular free-kick. PSV Eindhoven, 4-0 winners over Cambuur, lead the table with 15 points from six matches, three ahead of both Ajax and PEC Zwolle.
Heracles 1 - 4 Twente
Feyenoord 0 - 1 Ajax
PSV Eindhoven 4 - 0 Cambuur
AZ Alkmaar 1 - 0 PEC Zwolle
Utrecht 1 - 0 Groningen
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Former Chelsea defender Ashley Cole made his third start for Roma as Rudi Garcia's side went top of Serie A with a 2-0 win over Cagliari. Florenzi crossed for Mattia Destro's 10th-minute opener before scoring the second three minutes later after good work from ex-Arsenal forward Gervinho.
Florenzi was booked for climbing into the stands to celebrate the goal with his 82-year-old grandmother.
Barcelona are cruising to another three points - even after Lionel Messi's missed penalty.
What a finish! Ivan Rakitic shows Lionel Messi how to find the net with a 25-yard first-time shot after Levante's defence fail to clear properly. What a way for Rakitic to open his goal account.Copyright: AFP
Lionel Messi is human after all as he misses from the spot after being hauled down by Tono and Loukas Vyntra. The referee shows a red card to Vyntra before Messi picks himself up, dusts himself down...and fails to find the net with his kick. Levante are still in this.Copyright: AFP
That's three league goals this season for Neymar. He made it look so simple. Barcelona in control.Copyright: AP
Call off the search party for Lionel Messi. He produces a brilliant inch-perfect pass for Neymar who rounds the Levante keeper before keeping his composure to finish from an angle. Quality.Copyright: AP
Italian Serie A
Inter are level at Palermo. The hosts were hoping to hang on until half-time but Mateo Kovacic has broken through to equalise with a fine effort from outside the 18-yard box. It's 1-1.
Struggling Levante can be pleased with their work in the opening half an hour. Barca started well but are having trouble breaking down their opponents.
Has anyone seen Lionel Messi? He's certainly not troubled the Levante defence as much as Luis Enrique would hope. Neymar is Barcelona's most threatening player.Copyright: AFP
French Ligue 1
French champions Paris St-Germain have the lead against Lyon. Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani with a thumping header from Lucas Digne's left-wing cross. You have to say it's been coming.
Free-kick to Barca just outside the area comes to nothing. Levante break quickly and David Barral heads narrowly wide following a fine cross into the danger area. What a let off for Luis Enrique's side.
Jesus Fernandez has had little to do in the opening 20 minutes. Then Neymar finds himself unmarked inside the area with just the Levante keeper to beat. He stands his ground well to deny the Barca forward. The visitors are beginning to step it up.Copyright: AFP
Danger for Barca as Loukas Vyntra springs the offside trap and charges forward before steering the ball across the six-yard area. It requires an urgent clearance from Ivan Rakitic to prevent the hosts from taking the lead.
It's raining in Valencia and both sets of players are struggling to stay on their feet. Levante have settled but Barca continue to boss possession with Neymar and Jordi Alba combining well.
Levante just cannot keep possession. Neymar's cross is headed out for another corner but there is respite for the hosts as Papakouli Diop has Levante's first shot. It's a pretty tame effort and the ball is soon back in the home team's half.
One-way traffic. Barcelona win two corners in as many minutes, with Jeremy Mathieu going close and Neymar powering into the Levante penalty area. This already looks as though it is going to be a long night for La Liga's bottom club.Copyright: AFP
It's all systems go...
The teams are out at the Ciutat de Valencia and kick-off is moments away. Barca are dressed in a salmon pink kit which is officially described as crimson by the club.
Big news at the top of La Liga. Sevilla have just defeated Cordoba 3-1 to go one point clear at the top of the table. But for how long? Over to you Barcelona. . .Copyright: AFP
Levante: Jesus, Tono, Hector, Vyntra, Barral, Morales, Casadesus, Pedro Lopez, Diop, Simao, Camarasa.
Barcelona: Bravo, Rakitic, Busquets, Pedro, Iniesta, Messi, Neymar, Mascherano, Jordi Alba, Alves, Mathieu.
Italian Serie A
Bad start for Inter Milan as Franco Vazquez put Palmero 1-0 ahead after just three minutes.
Spanish football writer
"The similarities between Barcelona's head coach Luis Enrique and the man who ushered in the club's recent golden era, Pep Guardiola, are striking: a former playing hero with a renowned tough streak, riding to the rescue in times of trouble having earlier started his coaching career with the club's B team.
"Although Enrique has attempted to play down comparisons with his old friend and team-mate Guardiola, whose four-year managerial spell yielded a staggering 14 trophies, his arrival has sparked renewed optimism amongst supporters.
"Enrique's never-say-die attitude made him a hugely popular figure during his playing days at the Nou Camp between 1996 and 2004, and his return as manager has delighted fans who were dismayed at their team's limp surrender of the La Liga title to Atletico Madrid in May."
Read more of Andy's piece about Luis Enrique on the BBC Sport website.
They might be anchored at the bottom of the table but Levante like nothing more than upsetting La Liga's big boys.
On their way to finishing 10th in the table last season, they held Barcelona 1-1 and defeated Atletico Madrid 2-0 shortly before Diego Simeone's side were crowned champions.
But Jose Luis Mendilibar's side have yet to find the net in 270 minutes of league action this season.
Last night we saw Carlos Tevez produce a dummy to celebrate Juventus' winner against AC Milan and tonight Nani has produced a back flip to mark his latest Sporting Lisbon goal. What's the best goal celebration you have seen in European football in recent seasons? Tweet #bbceurofooty or text 81111 (UK only).
Portuguese Primeira LigaCopyright: AFP
Is this the best celebration of the weekend? Nani managed just one club goal for Manchester United last season but he has just scored his second in as many games for Sporting Lisbon since moving from Old Trafford last month. And he's clearly delighted to be finding the net again judging by his celebration after netting the second goal against Gil Vicente. The match is still going on and Sporting lead 3-0 away from home.
So Messi and Neymar are up front from the off for the first time in the league this season. Messi is the only Barca player to start every game so far this season.
And here comes the Barcelona team news from the Ciutat de Valencia.
There's no rest for Lionel Messi despite Barca coach Luis Enrique suggesting he may leave him out of his plans for this game. Messi starts in a strong line-up that also includes Neymar, Andres Iniesta, Javier Mascherano and Dani Alves.
In addition to Levante against Barcelona, there's a couple of other tasty games taking place across Europe.
Defending French champions Paris St-Germain entertain Lyon (20:00 BST) while over in Italy Inter Milan, who hammered Sassuolo 7-0 last week, are at Palermo (19:45 BST). We'll have score updates from both matches.
Runners-up in La Liga, quarter-finalists in the Champions League, Copa del Rey losing finalists...no wonder Barcelona were eager to say good riddance to 2013-14.
But Barca fans are smiling again after a solid start to the new campaign. The season might still be in its infancy yet - results wise at least - life under Luis Enrique has started well following Gerardo Martino's ill-fated reign.
Tonight they face bottom club Levante in Valencia. A win here and Barca will go clear at the top of the table.
Four months ago they were down and out, reflecting on a first season without a major trophy since 2007-08. Inquests were launched, fingers pointed and changes made.Copyright: Getty Images
Now they are the only team in La Liga with a 100% winning record and have yet to concede a goal. They have a new manager in the shape of Luis Enrique.Copyright: EPA
And they still have this chap itching to make his debut.Copyright: AP
Is this the season Barcelona announce to the world that they are back?