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Barcelona

Five reasons Barcelona won La Liga

Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique contends that club legend Xavi should stay with the Catalan club instead of leaving for Qatar.

Xavi Hernandez lifted the domestic league trophy in front of the adoring Camp Nou on Saturday in what was an emotional farewell to the most influential midfielder in the Catalans' history. Although Cules are obviously delighted to be celebrating their 23rd Liga title, their team has been forced to overcome plenty of adversity to reach their objective.

Here are five reasons Barcelona won La Liga:

1. The deadly Lionel Messi-Luis Suarez-Neymar trident

After years of being left to carry the...

 By Lee Roden

Irreplaceable Xavi is impeccable in his last La Liga match for Barcelona

Xavi Hernandez was the star of the show before a ball was kicked in Barcelona's 2-2 draw with Deportivo La Coruna, but that didn't stop the veteran from producing a virtually faultless display in his time on the pitch. Directing the Catalan orchestra as only he can, the No. 6 played on both the left and right of midfield over the course of the game, feeding Jeremy Mathieu in the move for Lionel Messi's opener and working hard off the ball whenever required.

Perhaps inspired by the legend's big...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lionel Messi takes photograph for fan ... of Barca teammate Mascherano

This fan must really like Javier Mascherano. And what's not to love about how his Barcelona teammate and Argentine compatriot, Lionel Messi, took the photo for him?

The two trained on Friday as Barcelona prepared to play their final La Liga match of the season against Deportivo on Saturday.

Barcelona meet...

Newly crowned La Liga champions Barcelona lead Power Rankings

The ESPN FC crew discuss the latest power rankings which see Barcelona and Juventus on top, as Chelsea slide down the list following their 3-0 loss to West Brom.
ESPN FC's Sid Lowe discusses Barcelona's sixth La Liga title in 10 years, citing the early season struggles allowed Luis Enrique's side to band together.

As Europe's domestic seasons draw near a close, titles are being handed out thick and fast. Now adorning the Liga crown, it's no surprise that Barcelona once again tops Shaka Hislop's Power Rankings.

1. Barcelona (no change)

Twelve months ago, Barcelona were forced to watch Atletico Madrid celebrate their La Liga title at the Camp Nou on the final day of the season. Sunday, the Catalans returned the favour as their 1-0 win at the Vicente Calderon ensured the Liga trophy would return to Barcelona.

2....

 By Lee Roden

Xavi departs Barcelona after playing big part in return to top

Barcelona legend Xavi has described his final run of games with the Catalan giants as a 'spectacular script' and has vowed to enjoy his last few games.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno believes an end-of-season departure from Barcelona is the right move for Xavi Hernandez and could see him get a big payday.

Barcelona supporters have had plenty of time to get used to the idea of losing Xavi Hernandez, but that doesn't make it any more pleasant now that the hour has arrived. In truth the midfield genius has already been generous with his time: he was already due to leave in the summer of 2014, before an 11th hour intervention from former teammate Luis Enrique convinced him to backtrack. The Catalan's change of heart proved to be a valuable one for the Blaugrana: He may not have played every game as...

Bartra's Barcelona future in doubt after not getting enough game time

Lionel Messi guided Barcelona to a 1-0 victory at Atletico Madrid as the Blaugrana captured their 23rd La Liga title.
Marc Bartra, left, has had his buyout clause reduced from €50 million to just €10 million.

Marc Bartra is, without a doubt, one of the most promising centre-backs in world football. Despite not having enjoyed as much playing time as he usually would have hoped for, the 24-year-old has been part of Barcelona's first team squad since he made his debut back in 2009, learning his trade alongside world-class defenders such as Carles Puyol or Eric Abidal.

Bartra made a significant 30 appearances last season under Gerardo Martino, in what was one of the few positive aspects that could be extracted...