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Barcelona

Suarez and Messi team up to smash Cordoba

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson recaps Barcelona's 8-0 thrashing of bottom-side Cordoba.

Barcelona smashed Cordoba 8-0 on matchday 35 of La Liga, with Ivan Rakitic, Luis Suarez (hat trick), Lionel Messi (brace), Gerard Pique and Neymar scoring the goals for the Blaugrana, who enjoyed 76 percent of possession, created 27 goal-scoring chances and attempted 20 shots, 11 of them on target and one to the post.

Manager Luis Enrique's decision to field his strongest possible XI from the initial whistle made the match hugely one-sided, with the Blaugrana dominating from beginning to end....

 By Sid Lowe

Pep Guardiola's Barcelona return will not be met with universal welcome

For the first time since leaving the Catalan giants, Bayern Munich head coach Pep Guardiola will face FC Barcelona in a competitive fixture.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti believes Pep Guardiola's Bayern Munich have the advantage over Barcelona, citing Guardiola's vast knowledge of Barca.
Barcelona manager Luis Enrique praises Pep Guardiola's abilities, and says it will be special to face him in the Champions League semifinal.

Supporter, ball boy, youth team player, ideologue, captain, coach, legend -- enemy.

He is now; for some, he already was.

Pep Guardiola returns to the Camp Nou on Wednesday night. He was there in March, hiding a big smile behind an even bigger scarf while sitting alongside his parents and his friend Manuel Estiarte as Lionel Messi nutmegged Manchester City's James Milner. He was there as a fan -- he had to abandon his original idea of heading to the game by foot, following the route he trod when he...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Barcelona join Paul Pogba fray, Yaya Toure closer to Inter Milan move

ESPN FC's Craig Burley presents his worst Premier League transfers this season, highlighted by Falcao and Angel Di Maria for Manchester United and the forwards of Rickie Lambert and Mario Balotelli for Liverpool.

The rumours are gaining momentum and, in many instances, credibility. Transfer Talk has the latest news as the summer window nears.

Pogba to Barcelona, it's complicated

With just about every team on the planet expressing some kind of interest in Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba, why shouldn't Barcelona join the fray? Well, a pesky transfer ban that prohibits them from any activity until 2016 for one.

Transfer ban be damned, there are ways, according to quotes from Barcelona sporting director...

 By Lee Roden

Barca must keep Luis Enrique regardless of outcome in treble chase

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique insists La Liga's title race will go right to the wire this season.

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique's future and whether he should remain at the Camp Nou is an increasingly relevant topic of discussion as the end of the campaign approaches.

The Barcelona coach has one more year to fulfil on his contract but a string of ambiguous answers to questions over his future suggest all is not so clear-cut when it comes to his plans for the year ahead.

He may have a history-matching treble within his grasp, but the refusal to make a public statement of commitment is understandable...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

ESPN FC April Player of the Month -- Messi, Ronaldo or Kiessling?

The ESPN FC panel respond to your tweets on who can win the Ballon d'Or other than Ronaldo or Messi, and who the next great manager will be.

With just a month left to play in the 2014-15 season across Europe's big five leagues, one thing is looking increasingly clear: If 2014 was the year of Cristiano Ronaldo -- winner of ESPN FC's Player of the Month award in September, October and November -- then 2015 is looking like Lionel Messi's.

The Barcelona No. 10 has won each of our awards dating back to December -- with the exception of January's, when Remy Cabella won thanks to some persistence from Newcastle fans -- and has continued...

Real Madrid move closer to Barcelona as Bayern Munich slip back

The ESPN FC crew discuss the latest power rankings which see Real Madrid jump Bayern Munich for the second spot.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down Barcelona's 6-0 rout of Getafe as both Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez scored braces for the Blaugrana.
The ESPN FC panel respond to your tweets on whether or not the current Barcelona attacking trio is better than the previous ones and why Steve Nicol wasn't on the show to talk about Liverpool's loss.
Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique believes the La Liga title race with Real Madrid will go to the final day, despite his side's 6-0 victory over Getafe.
The ESPN FC panel respond to your tweets on who can win the Ballon d'Or other than Ronaldo or Messi, and who the next great manager will be.

A hiccup in the German Cup has caused a small ripple in the top three while, further down, the French leaders make their countdown comeback.

1. Barcelona (no change)

If Luis Enrique's side maintain this scintillating form, they're almost certain to reclaim their Liga crown. The midweek rout of Getafe wasn't just a 6-0 score; it was how they scored, each goal a work of art that shows a team performing at its highest level and with plenty of confidence to finish the season strong. Tougher tests await...