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 Posted by Dermot Corrigan
less than a minute ago

Five things we learned in La Liga this weekend

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Shaka Hislop discuss Barcelona's start to the La Liga season and how Messi has produced more opportunities for the team.

Each week we will take a look at five things we learned from the weekend of La Liga action. This week, Barca's fine start continues and concerns for Atletico Madrid.

1. Equal opportunities Barca

Luis Enrique could not really have started any better at Barcelona -- Sunday's 5-0 win at Levante means the record so far in La Liga is four games, four wins, 11 goals for, zero goals conceded. There's also a four point lead over defending champions Atletico Madrid, with Real Madrid already six points off...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
10 hours ago

Messi enjoying the role of playmaker?

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Shaka Hislop discuss Barcelona's start to the La Liga season and how Messi has produced more opportunities for the team.

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 Posted by Dermot Ledwith
14 hours ago

Luis Enrique and Barcelona beat Levante, keep fourth clean sheet

Enrique praised Messi for the opportunities he provides teammates.

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique cautioned against anyone getting carried away after his side's 5-0 stroll past Levante on Sunday evening sent the Catalans well clear in the early La Liga standings. The clean sheet was Barca's fourth of the season in four La Liga games so far.

Goals from Neymar, Ivan Rakitic, Pedro Rodriguez, Sandro and Lionel Messi were more than enough to beat bottom team Levante, with Messi also missing a penalty after home defender Loukas Vyntra was sent off for a professional...

 Posted by Dermot Ledwith
15 hours ago

Player Ratings: Barcelona storm past Levante

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Shaka Hislop discuss Barcelona's start to the La Liga season and how Messi has produced more opportunities for the team.

It was bottom against top on Sunday night in La Liga and aside from Lionel Messi failing to get a penalty on target for only the second time in his career; everything else went to plan for Barca as they ran out comfortable 5-0 winners at Levante thanks to five different scorers.

Levante have only ever beaten Barca once before in their history -- 50 years ago - and with seven players missing on Sunday they never looked likely to follow that feat. From the moment Lionel Messi drew a red card from Loukas...

 Posted by PA Sport
17 hours ago

Five-star Barcelona march on against Levante, Lionel Messi completes win

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Dani Alves and Lionel Messi celebrate during Barcelona's 5-0 win over Levante.

Barcelona's perfect start to the new Primera Division season continued with a processional 5-0 victory over bottom side Levante at Ciutat de Valencia.

Luis Enrique's early leaders made it four wins from four and kept a fourth straight clean sheet as goals from Neymar, Ivan Rakitic, Sandro, Pedro and Lionel Messi demonstrated the wide gulf in class between the two sides.

There were, however, two moments of concern for the Catalan giants, with Messi missing a penalty after Loukas Vyntra was dismissed...