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Five Aside: Barca, Bayern are favourites

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Luis Suarez and magical Lionel Messi impress for Barcelona vs. Valencia

ESPN FC's Craig Burley compliments Barcelona's three points against an 'excellent' Valencia side.

Goals in the opening and dying seconds gave Barcelona a 2-0 win over Valencia and meant they momentarily stretched their lead to five points over Real Madrid at the top of La Liga, ahead of their rivals' game with Malaga on Saturday night.

However it was far from a vintage performance from the leaders, who were completely outplayed in the first half and looked nervy and tired after their exploits against Paris Saint-Germain in midweek.

Valencia were undefeated in 10 La Liga games before this one...

Suarez nets and Messi reaches milestone as Barca beat Valencia

ESPN FC's Craig Burley compliments Barcelona's three points against an 'excellent' Valencia side.
Luis Enrique praised Barcelona's ability to adapt in their 2-0 victory against Valencia at Camp Nou.
After scoring his 400th career goal for Barcelona, Alexis Nunes takes a look at a few more milestones Lionel Messi has his sights set on for the rest of his career.

BARCELONA, Spain -- Three quick observations from Barcelona's 2-0 win over Valencia in Saturday's La Liga clash at the Camp Nou.

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1. Messi's 400 milestone

Lionel Messi was outstanding, as he reached 400 goals for Barcelona.

His first intervention was not a huge surprise. With less than a minute on the clock, Sergio Busquets' precise ball forward sent Messi running clear between the lines. His pass was perfectly timed for Luis Suarez, who had the simple enough job of poking the ball past Valencia...

Barcelona need Messi, Neymar and Suarez for max points vs. Valencia

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on the chances of Barcelona winning the Champions League, and whether Mesut Ozil is unappreciated by fans at Arsenal.

Barcelona face Valencia at the Camp Nou in round 32 of La Liga on Saturday. Although it is clear defeating Nuno's team will be a challenge given the visitors' current 10-game unbeaten run, the Catalans simply can't afford to let any more points slip away if they are to bring the league trophy to the team museum at the end of the season.

Achieving the victory against one of the only three top-half teams left in the Blaugranas' schedule is an absolute must. However, Valencia have become a much more...

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Yaya Toure to resist Man City exit, Pedro leaving Barcelona for Inter Milan

Craig Burley says Manchester City need to toughen up and questions what has happened to former midfield talisman Yaya Toure.

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread. ...

Toure may resist Man City exit

Much of the blame for Manchester City's recent run of bad form has fallen at the feet of Yaya Toure, and the transfer pages are rife with rumours about an imminent departure from the Etihad for the Ivorian.

Not so fast says Toure, according to the latest from the Daily Mail.

With two years left on a £220,000-a-week deal, the report says that Toure won't be forced out...

Barcelona still top but Real Madrid and FC Porto both climb Power Rankings

ESPN FC's Craig Burley praises Barcelona's front three after dismantling PSG in Paris.

Can anyone knock Barcelona off the top of the Power Rankings? FC Porto and Real Madrid are making their cases.

1. Barcelona (no change)

Luis Enrique's side continue to impress in 2015. Though Saturday's 2-2 draw with Sevilla -- a game in which they took a 2-0 lead and should have made it five or six before conceding a late equalizer -- was a letdown, they showed no signs of damage in Wednesday's comprehensive 3-1 win over PSG. Seizing control of their Champions League quarterfinal in the first...

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Luis Suarez's 'last resort' approach to goal lifts Barcelona to big win in Paris

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe says Luis Suarez has given Barcelona something they didn't have before, and points to the importance of the goals he has scored.

Luis Suarez didn't plan to nutmeg David Luiz, not the first time and not the second time either, but that's what he did and deliberately so. From the right, from the middle and right through the middle; of the Brazilian's legs, that is. The neatest of touches and he was out on the other side, defender left behind and left looking pretty daft, too. Then came the finish: Suarez scored Barcelona's 1,000th and 1,001st goals in European football, his fifth and sixth in six Champions League games this...