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Real Madrid wanted La Liga title more; typical Barcelona comeback in vain

The ESPN FC crew hail Zinedine Zidane for his part in bringing Real Madrid back to the summit in La Liga.

Five thoughts from the final weekend of the La Liga season as Real Madrid were confirmed as champions, Atletico Madrid said goodbye to the Calderon, and odds and ends were tied up elsewhere.

1. Madrid suffering makes the title joy even sweeter

So often during the 2016-17 season Real Madrid have left it late in games to win points, but on Sunday at Malaga Zinedine Zidane's side got things under control early to clinch a deserved title win.

Needing a draw, even if Barcelona won their game, Cristiano...

Lionel Messi, Barcelona rally but come up short in title race to Real Madrid

Barcelona produced a thrilling comeback against Eibar, but it was for naught with Real Madrid winning the title.
Barcelona produced a thrilling comeback against Eibar, but it was for naught with Real Madrid winning the title.
Gab Marcotti assesses Barcelona's current squad and discusses the areas they need to bolster ahead of the 2017-18 campaign.

Barcelona came from behind to beat Eibar 4-2 on Sunday, but it was only enough to finish second in La Liga, as Real Madrid beat Malaga 2-0. 

Takashi Inui scored a goal in each half to manoeuvre the Basque side into a surprise two-goal lead, but Barca scored four goals in the final 27 minutes to end the campaign with a win in Luis Enrique's final game in charge at Camp Nou. 

Lionel Messi scored twice -- once from the penalty spot, having already missed from 12 yards -- with the other...

How Barcelona lost La Liga: Alaves and other moments that cost Messi & Co.

Gab Marcotti assesses Barcelona's current squad and discusses the areas they need to bolster ahead of the 2017-18 campaign.
Janusz Michallik and Alexis Nunes evaluate Real Madrid's triumph in La Liga and why Barcelona were second-best.

Points are dropped every season, but it's the nature of those that Barcelona have dropped this year that will haunt them throughout the summer. After losing the league to Real Madrid on the final day of the campaign, Barca will cringe at some of the moments that ultimately cost them a third consecutive title.

The problem has been the unexpected nature of their dropped points. Madrid's three defeats have come away at Sevilla and Valencia and at home to Barcelona. All three of those fixtures would...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Transfer Talk: United and City will battle for Neymar

Manchester's clubs will duel for Barcelona superstar Neymar, the Express reports.

Manchester United and Manchester City will battle to sign Neymar from Barcelona, claims the Express. The Brazilian superstar has been urged to leave the Camp Nou by his father and the Premier League is seen as his ideal destination.

For more on the pursuit of Neymar, as well as other rumours, check out Transfer Talk by clicking here.

Barcelona's historic 1992 European Cup opened door for dominant era

Ronald Koeman's free kick in extra time was the deciding goal in the 1992 European Cup final against Sampdoria.

Barcelona have been crowned the best team in Europe on five separate occasions, but it was as recently as 1992 that they won their first ever European Cup. A 1-0 victory over Sampdoria at Wembley after extra time ended a long, tortuous wait for the Catalan club and opened the door to an era of dominance.

On the 25th anniversary of that match, ESPN FC look back at the victory and its significance.

The build-up

Neither side had any problems easing through the first round of the competition. Barca...

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Leaked Barcelona kit shows new stripe pattern for 2017-18 season

Sid Lowe explains why Real Madrid look likely to win La Liga when they visit Malaga on the final day of the season.
Cesc Fabregas admires Lionel Messi's ability to stay humble despite his success at Barcelona.
Shaka Hislop agrees with Jurgen Klinsmann over recent comments that Lionel Messi needs a World Cup win to cement his legacy.

Barcelona's home kit will look a bit different next season.

The club's new sponsorship deal with Japanese e-commerce company Rakuten kicks in, replacing the familiar Qatar Airways logo, but that doesn't appear to be the only change.

Spanish news outlet Diario Sport published what they claim are leaked images of Barcelona's shirts for next season, with a new twist to the stripe pattern.