Pep Guardiola may think twice about courting a move to the Premier League as Bayern Munich continued breaking records in the Bundesliga.
The champions have joined an elite list to win all 10 of their opening league games of a domestic season.
Two, Manchester United and Tottenham, hail from England, and Sportsmail takes a look at the others.
1960-61 Tottenham
Tottenham’s stunning start to the 1960-61 season gave Bill Nicholson’s side the platform to enjoy one of the club’s most successful ever season as they completed the Football League First Division FA Cup double.
The White Hart Lane club kicked-off an 11-game domestic win streak with a 2-0 victory against Everton before victories against Manchester United, Arsenal and Aston Villa amongst others.
Spurs legend Bobby Smith finished as the club’s top scorer with 28 league goals. Smith scored 11 goals during Tottenham’s early unbeaten run and also found himself on the scoresheet when his side’s streak was finally ended by a 1-1 draw with Manchester City on October 10 1960.
Tottenham finished the season with eight more points that nearest rivals Sheffield Wednesday before Nicholson’s side lifted the FA Cup thanks to a 2-0 win against Leicester City in front of 100,000 fans at Wembley.
1985-86 Manchester United
Under the guidance of Ron Atkinson, Manchester United stormed out of the blocks in 1985 with an opening day 4-0 victory against Aston Villa. Norman Whiteside, Jesper Olson and Mark Hughes got the goals to kick-start the Football League campaign in style.
United would go on to record 3-0 victories over Newcastle, Oxford United and Manchester City before stuttering to a 1-1 draw with Luton Town.
Despite such a strong start to the season, Atkinson’s men could only muster a fourth-place finish in the First Division and were knocked out of the FA Cup in the fifth round by West Ham.
2013-14 Roma
Serie A giants Roma clocked up 10 consecutive league victories during the 2013-14 season in which they finished a whopping 17 points behind eventual champions Juventus.
Rudi Garcia’s side conceded just two goals during the impressive run with highlights including a 5-0 victory against Bologna and a 3-0 away victory over Inter Milan in October, 2013.
Roma were top of the Serie A table for nine games before four consecutive draws allowed Juventus to make up some ground on the leaders.
After suffering a dip in form, the Italian side did go on to push for top spot with another run of eight straight victories. Juve proved too difficult to catch though, and ended the season on 102 points.

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