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5 reasons Barcelona won La Liga

 By Rory Smith

Messi, Tevez and Mascherano all seek redemption in Berlin's UCL final

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti previews the Champions League final, where he indicates the script is currently favouring in-form Barcelona.

Back, then, to Berlin. Saturday's Champions League final between Barcelona and Juventus offers three Juve players -- Gianluigi Buffon, Andrea Barzagli and Andrea Pirlo -- a chance to relive a moment they will never forget: helping Italy win the 2006 World Cup, the high point of their careers. But they are not the only ones for whom the German capital holds memories. Lionel Messi, Javier Mascherano and Carlos Tevez all remember Berlin, too.

Argentina were the best team in that tournament. Their...

Jordi Alba the man who makes Barcelona treble-chasers tick

Jordi Alba says he is delighted to remain at Barcelona after signing a new deal.

Jordi Alba extending his Barcelona deal until 2020 is extraordinary news considering how crucial he has become within their formation.

As part of his new renewal deal, the 26-year-old's buyout clause will increase to a whopping €150 million.


- CL final: Keepers take centre stage
- Cox: Barca vs. Juve key battles

- Buffon: Messi is an alien
- Roden: Barca B in trouble
- Delaney: Messi's destiny

- Done deal: Alba signs new contract
- Bartomeu: Luis Enrique will stay

Coach Luis Enrique has managed to make Barcelona a far less predictable, more dynamic unit. After years of the team's efforts firmly focussing on possession, he spent the first third of the campaign rotating players and making gradual changes to the Blaugranas'...

The Champions League final will revolve around Lionel Messi

The ESPN FC panel respond to your tweets on Arsenal's potential transfers this summer and Lionel Messi's Copa del Rey final performance.

After all the controversy of the past few weeks in global football, it is worth remembering the reasons we even discuss such things, and why we're here.

One is moments like Lionel Messi's latest piece of history, that goal against Athletic Bilbao in Barcelona's Copa del Rey final win. A second reason is everything that strike represented.

On Monday, Juventus' Giorgio Chiellini argued Messi would find it more difficult to score such a goal in Serie A, but that is to almost miss the point. The Argentine...

 By Michael Cox

Champions League battles: Javier Mascherano vs. Carlos Tevez

Carlos Tevez and Javier Mascherano have a lot of history together.

Barcelona and Juventus haven't played each other for 12 years, which is partly what makes this season's Champions League final so intriguing. In a competition packed full of "repeat" ties, this is a genuinely new tactical battle to get excited about.

Nevertheless, various players on opposing sides have faced one another before, when playing for other clubs, or at international level. It means various individual duels are also fascinating -- here are three of the key battles.

Javier Mascherano...

Buffon and Ter Stegen are the rocks at the heart of Juventus and Barcelona

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno reckons Barcelona will have too much for Juventus in the Champions League final.

As Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon and Barcelona's Marc-Andre ter Stegen clasp hands in Berlin on Sunday for the traditional show of solidarity before a big game, the wonder is whether they will talk about the one piece of common ground between them, beyond the fact they're gracing a stage like the Champions League final.

They're not just at opposite ends of the pitch; they're at opposite ends of their careers, with totally opposing circumstances. It's difficult to think of a contrast between...

 By Lee Roden

Treble-chasing Barcelona must address difficulties with youth team

Barcelona are one game away from the treble after winning La Liga and the Copa del Rey.

The dying days of May saw two branches of FC Barcelona sway in very different directions.

On the 30th, the first team served up another demonstration of its rude health, Lionel Messi's jaw-dropping heroics in the 3-1 Copa del Rey final win over Athletic Club suggesting Juventus will have a tough job blocking a second treble in the Catalan club's history.

On the 31st, the team where Messi honed his craft, Barca B, were officially relegated to the Spanish third division. They dropped out of the second...