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Barcelona Spanish La Liga champions

Lionel Messi hat-trick seals Barcelona’s Spanish La Liga crown

Barcelona are the champions! Deportivo are relegated! Barcelona won the title and Deportivo were relegated after superstar striker Lionel Messi scored a hat-trick following Philippe Coutinho’s opener. Messi’s wonderful hat-trick gives Barca the Spain La Liga crown after their 4-2 win over Deportivo de Coruna at the Riazor as the Catalans complete the title win thanks to some Messi and Suarez magic. Luis Suarez spun superbly on the ball passed by Denis Suarez and sent it into the path of Lionel Messi who secured his hat-trick and the Spanish title. Depor played hard and were sorry to end up losing by a two-goal margin, leaving their fans to wonder how their season ended up with their beloved club going dow. It was a hard-fought victory at the Riazor for newly crowned champions Barcelona, as they took a two-goal lead with Philippe Coutinho (7) and Lionel Messi (38) netting before Lucas Perez (40) deservedly scored for Depor in the first half. The hosts got themselves level through Emre Colak (64) before Messi netted a quick-fire double late on (82 and 85) to round off his hat-trick and ensure that the Spanish La Liga trophy goes to the Nou Camp.

Fc Barcelona 4-2 Deportivo de Coruna

Barcelona goals: Coutinho, 7, Messi, 38, Messi, 82, Messi, 85
Deportivo goals: Lucas Perez, 40, Colak, 64

Barcelona were crowned La Liga champions for the 25th time in history after beating Deportivo La Coruña 4-2 with an amazing hat-trick from Lionel Messi. Barça needed only to earn a draw to clinch the title and complete an eighth domestic double after winning the King’s Cup last week. Barcelona had a 2-0 lead with goals from their new record signing striker, Philippe Coutinho, and top goalscorer, Lionel Messi, in the first half. The result relegated Deportivo.

Barca manager Ernesto Valverde praised his side’s consistency, but mentioned Barca have “lacked brilliance” at times. “When you chase it all season you say finally ‘the league is very long’. It is not decided only in a match. From the beginning we have been in the lead. In the end we were the best,” said former Athletic Bilbao coach Valvere. “The hard part is winning and winning. I have not invented anything, in the end these players have already won titles and leagues with other coaches. It’s more of them than the coach. We have been a competitive, compact team and we have overcome many difficulties, and in moments I know it has lacked brilliance.” Deporto knew they had to win and pushed hard knowing only victory would be enough to keep their survival hopes alive.

Messi added two late goals to complete the 46th hat-trick of his career. The on-pitch celebrations by the players were subdued. Barça remain unbeaten in the league, as they won a 7th title in 10 seasons. Messi’s first goal was brilliant. Ousmane Dembélé, the first player Barça bought after selling Neymar last summer, drove forward before playing in Luis Suárez, who clipped a cross with the outside of his foot that Messi met with a sidefooted volley. Lucas Pérez pulled one back for Deportivo five minutes before the break. Turkish midfielder Emre Colak levelled for the Galicians from Celso Borges’ cross in the 64th minute and came close to finding a winner and becoming the first team to beat Barça in the Spanish league this campaign. But Messi had other ideas, and put Barça back in the lead from close range in the 82nd minute before completing his treble with his 32nd league goal of the season. Andrés Iniesta was brought in at the end of a week where he emotionally announced he would be leaving the club after 22 years. Valverde’s side have 86 points from 34 games, 11 clear of second-placed Atlético Madrid, who have three games to play.


Ruben, Juanfran, Albentosa, Schar, Luisinho, Celso Borges, Guilherme, Krohn-Dehli, Emre Colak, Borja Valle and Lucas Subs: Koval, Navarro, Mosquera, Fede Cartabia, Andone, Valverde, Muntari
FC Barcelona
Ter Stegen, Semedo, Pique, Umtiti, Jordi Alba, Rakitic, Busquets, Coutinho, Dembele, Messi, Luis Suarez Subs: Cillessen, Denis Suárez, Iniesta, Paulinho, Paco Alcácer, Aleix Vidal, Vermaelen

Barcelona win 25th La Liga title with 4 games to spare, most since Louis van Gaal’s Barca in 1997-98. Complete 8th domestic double & 3rd in last 4 seasons. Unbeaten in 41 league matches (W33 D8) since 2-0 defeat at Malaga, 8 April 2017.

Man of the Match is Lionel Messi. Lionel Messi has now scored 550 goals for Barcelona in 634 appearances, scoring his 41st hat-trick for the club, and has won his ninth La Liga title with the Catalan side along with Andres Iniesta, which is a new club record.

Spanish La Liga table
1 Barcelona 34 66 86
2 A Madrid 35 37 75
3 R Madrid 34 45 71
4 Valencia 35 26 67
5 Real Betis 34 1 56
6 Villarreal 34 8 54
7 Getafe 35 8 49
8 Sevilla 34 -12 48
9 Girona 35 -6 48
10 Sociedad 35 8 46
11 Celta Vigo 35 3 45
12 Eibar 35 -10 44
13 Alaves 35 -14 41
14 Ath Bilbao 35 -7 40
15 Espanyol 35 -12 40
16 Leganes 35 -14 40
17 Levante 35 -16 40
18 Deportivo 35 -35 28
19 Las Palmas 35 -47 22
20 Malaga 34 -29 20
Last Updated 29/04/18

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