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Barcelona

Lionel Messi leads the way for Barcelona again, but team spirit is key

Lionel Messi guided Barcelona to a 1-0 victory at Atletico Madrid as the Blaugrana captured their 23rd La Liga title.
The ESPN FC crew react to Barcelona's La Liga title, where Alejandro Moreno believes Luis Enrique finally realised the quality and depth of his side.

Barcelona won La Liga again, and with the trident of Luis Suarez, Neymar and Lionel Messi, the club's future looks good despite a bumpy period over the winter break and the ongoing transfer ban.

Of course, there's no surprise who the star man was this season.

Player ratings (1-10; 10=best. Players with fewer than 10 appearances not counted)

GK Claudio Bravo, 9 -- The Chilean international has been outstanding between the posts, winning his first ever Zamora trophy after conceding only 19 goals in...

 By Lee Roden

Champions Barcelona now seeking Champions League glory against Juve

Lionel Messi guided Barcelona to a 1-0 victory at Atletico Madrid as the Blaugrana captured their 23rd La Liga title.

With La Liga over, here's a look back at Barcelona's campaign as thoughts turn towards the Champions League final.

Your season in a sentence and final grade: A

There were a few bumps along the way, but Luis Enrique has succeeded in turning FC Barcelona into a European force again, bringing optimism back to the Camp Nou with a treble chase.

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No moment has defined the Blaugrana's 2015 revival better than their 3-0 win over Bayern Munich at the Camp Nou. As important as La Liga is, the real...

Sevilla surge as Spanish clubs dominate the Power Rankings

The ESPN FC TV team reflect on Sevilla's Europa League win vs. Dnipro.
The ESPN FC TV team reflect on Sevilla's Europa League win vs. Dnipro.
The ESPN FC TV team reflect on Sevilla's Europa League win vs. Dnipro.
The ESPN FC TV team reflect on Sevilla's Europa League win vs. Dnipro.

While there's no change in the top half, one Spanish club is climbing Shaka Hislop's Power Rankings after achieving yet more European success.

1. Barcelona (no change)

On the day they received the Liga trophy, Barcelona drew 2-2 with Deportivo. Lionel Messi scored two goals but the star of the show was Xavi, who played his final league game. The midfield legend has two more games in his Barca career: the Copa del Rey and Champions League finals. Not a bad way to go...

2. Juventus (no change)

As...

 By Lee Roden

Barcelona prepares for Basque invasion in Copa del Rey final

Take a look back at all the numbers behind this season's Copa del Rey Final, where it is FC Barcelona lining up against Athletic Bilbao at the Camp Nou.

On Saturday night at the Camp Nou, cup royalty will clash in the king's cup. With 26 titles to their name, FC Barcelona have won the Copa del Rey more times than any other side, but second-highest winners Athletic Club have the chance to reduce the gap to only two and turn their 23 trophies into 24. Opponents in seven previous finals since 1920, the promise of a Basque invasion should help to boost the excitement around a match that represents the ultimate prize for one side, and a stepping stone...

Barcelona hero Dani Alves worth his weight in gold amid contract impasse

Dani Alves says he will wait until after the Champions League final to decide his future.

On Monday afternoon Dani Alves was being, well, Dani Alves.

In a news conference during which he frankly documented the breakdown of his relationship with the Barcelona board, the Brazilian accused the club of a "lack of respect," tore into Madrid-based sports daily Marca and even danced a jig to his own singing.

As ESPN FC's Dermot Corrigan reported, it was a remarkable performance.

Xavi send-off, Ronaldo's personal best: Five things learned in La Liga

Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique has paid tribute to Xavi Hernandez after the midfielder's last home league match for the La Liga champions.

Five things from La Liga's final day of fixtures, as 2014-15 came to a close with an afternoon of swings and roundabouts.

1. Xavi's emotional send-off

Barcelona's 2-2 draw with Deportivo La Coruna saw Lionel Messi score twice again, and Deportivo came from two down to gain an unlikely draw and avoid relegation, but the vast majority of the 93,743 in attendance were not too bothered by the result.

Saturday afternoon at the Camp Nou was mostly about paying homage to veteran midfielder Xavi -- as he...