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 By Michael Cox

Barcelona's four Champions League wins, compared and contrasted

ESPN FC's Adrian Healey and Gab Marcotti discuss the continued success of Barcelona, after Luis Enrique's side secured their fifth European Cup title.

Barcelona's fourth European Cup victory in nine years cements their position as one of the greatest club sides in history.

The first three decades of the competition saw various sides -- including Real Madrid, Ajax, Bayern Munich and Liverpool -- dominate by retaining their crown or winning it multiple times within a short period. That has proved trickier in recent years, but in the modern form -- the Champions League -- Barcelona are the ruling club.

One of the many beauties about the current Barca...

Copa America-bound Lionel Messi gets little rest, Europa League gets a boost

The ESPN FC panel debate whether Lionel Messi can be considered the best player ever following FC Barcelona's latest Champions League title win over Juventus.

Saturday night was a good one for football. Following the sewer-dwelling of the previous few days that saw scandal, greed, duplicity and lies engulf FIFA and the World Cup, two elite teams -- Barcelona and Juventus -- battled it out with dignity, skill, daring and mutual respect.

The Champions League final seemed to cap the inexorable march of club football toward supremacy over the international game.

I don't intend to add much to the somewhat futile debate about whether or not Lionel Messi has...

Champions League final between Barca and Juventus is one for the ages

The Exploding Heads recap what you may have missed from the Champions League final, including why it will be remembered as the "haircut final."
Relive the best moments of the UEFA Champions League from the group stage to the knockout rounds to the final.

BERLIN -- Even 48 hours later, I'm still psychically exhausted, a spent force.

My jangled emotions, heightened in no small part by the memory of my late father's fierce 40-year affection for Barcelona (he was equally besotted with Arsenal, of course) and elevated to DEFCON 1 by the week-long buildup to the Champions League final against Juventus, were not soothed even after the last kick of the game, an inch-perfect Neymar strike beyond the despairing lunge of Gianluigi Buffon.

So relentless...

 By Lee Roden

Luis Suarez journeys from World Cup villain to Champions League hero

Despite Juventus' spirited second-half push, it was Luis Suarez and Barcelona who could not be denied yet another Champions League crown.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno argues Barcelona will continue to be in the mix as long as Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez are able to continue their unstoppable form.
ESPN FC's Adrian Healey and Gab Marcotti discuss the continued success of Barcelona, after Luis Enrique's side secured their fifth European Cup title.

The life of an elite-level footballer is an emotional roller coaster at the best of times, but Luis Suarez has a tale to tell even by the high standards of his contemporaries. A year ago, he suffered the humiliation of being banned from all football-related activities for four months after biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup. On Saturday, he experienced the greatest joy his profession can offer, scoring the decisive goal in a Champions League final win for Barcelona that ensured...

Barcelona are the owners of the
modern-day Champions League

All three trophies of Barcelona's treble are on display during their parade on a double-decker bus throughout the city of Barcelona.

After again proving to be so hard to defeat, the Barcelona players were now finding it hard to take it all in. The mood in Berlin's Olympiastadion in the aftermath of their 3-1 win over Juventus unmistakably had an air of disbelief at what they had just achieved, added to the obvious joy and sense of vindication.

Take the reaction of Andres Iniesta, whom you would think by now had seen it all, given that he's literally won it all. The wide-eyed enjoyment remains.

"Six years ago we thought to win...

 By Andy Mitten

Catalonia soaks up another Barcelona European conquest

Barcelona manager Luis Enrique discusses his team's Champions League final victory over Juventus and the significance of completing the treble.

BARCELONA, Spain -- For the third time in two weeks, Barcelona fans rushed to the Canaletes fountain on the city's beautiful tree-lined La Rambla thoroughfare. Thousands of delirious bodies emerged from the nearby barrios, the underground metro or from the bars where they'd seen their team win a fourth Champions League in nine years.

Canaletes is not a grand monument like the Cibeles where Real Madrid celebrate their many trophies, but a small fountain around a lamppost close to the main Placa...