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17 November 2012MADRID, 17 NOV: Barcelona have only dropped two points so far this season, rolling out victories to open up an eight-point lead over rivals Real Madrid, but defender Gerard Pique admits that they are still vulnerable at the back. The Catalan side's gung-ho style under new coach Tito Vilanova, which has sometimes left only two in defence as both full-backs surge forward, has led to an average of more than three goals a game, with 36 amassed to date. But as they prepare to take on Zaragoza on Saturday, Pique expressed concern that they were also conceding goals too easily. "It has almost been as though they (opponents) score against us every time they attack and I am not sure why but it is something that we need to think over," he said. "stronger with Lionel Messi. "I respect those who believe that Cristiano Ronaldo deserves to be European Player of the Year but I live with Leo and he is like an alien and Cristiano would be the best human," he said. "I was a team-mate of Cristiano's at Manchester (United) and he is a hard worker but alongside Messi he doesn't compare.