Most football fans have already experienced the crushing feeling of defeat too many times this season.
But there are a small group of supporters who, as things stand, have yet to go through this pain.
Five teams in Europe’s traditional ‘top five’ leagues- England, Spain, Italy, Germany and France- have won every game to date this season.
Neymar? Never heard of him.
Barcelona’s Neymar-less evolution has started with wins against Real Betis, Alaves, Espanyol and Getafe.
Turns out Lionel Messi was carrying him all along.
Eleven goals scored and just one conceded. But how will they deal with the long-term injury to record signing Ousmane Dembele?
Are they the best side in Europe? Quite possibly.
Maurizio Sarri’s infectious brand of football is gaining serious admirers from outside of Naples, with Arsenal and, ahem, West Ham linked with the 58-year-old.
Comprehensive wins against Verona, Atalanta, Bologna and Benevento have got Napoli fans dreaming of the scudetto.
You’re never quite sure about Juventus’ summer transfers but time and time again The Old Lady make you look a fool.
Fears over the summer exits of Leonardo Bonucci and Dani Alves have been allayed by a faultless start to Juve’s Serie A campaign.
Pablo Dybala is breaking records left, right and centre, Miralem Pjanic is finding passes not visible to the human eye and the options off the bench are stronger than ever.
Business as usual then.
All the talk coming into the season was of Inter’s neighbours and the business they’d completed in the transfer window.
But it’s Luciano Spaletti’s side that are yet to lose a game, thanks mostly to Mauro Icardi.
The Argentina striker might have a love/hate relationship with Inter’s fans but it’s all love when it comes to scoring goals.
The addition of Milan Skriniar, who shackled Harry Kane when England met Slovakia, looks particularly shrewd.
Kylian Mbappe. Neymar. Edinson Cavani.
(ALthough any more beef on Instagram and their might be some nervous glances at PSG’s next boardroom meeting).