The teams dedicate their victories to Tito Vilanova

This weekend could not have been better for FC Barcelona, as far as athletics go, seeing that all of the Club’s professional teams won. The futsal and handball teams managed heroic feats in their respective European competitions, and the basketball and football teams won their league fixtures.

The first team fights for the league title

Barça made it clear that they were not giving up on La Liga this Sunday when they fought back from a two goal deficit away to Villarreal. Two own goals, after crosses from Alves, and a third goal from Messi allowed the Blaugrana to claim all three points in their visit to El Madrigal.

In other news, Barça B continued its winning streak when they defeated Las Palmas on Saturday (0-2). The men managed by Eusebio are third, six points away from the leaders, Deportivo. Barça B have won their last four games.

Glory for Barça Alusport

The men managed by Marc Carmona claimed the UEFA Futsal Cup this weakend in Bakú (Azerbaijan) two years after winning their first European title. The Blaugrana defeated Dinamo Moscow by 2 to 5 in an intense match that went to extra time.

Handball team reaches Final Four

The magic of the Palau was on Barça’s side in the Champions League match against Rhein Neckar Löwen. The Blaugrana had to fight back from a six-goal deficit from the first leg in order to reach the Final Four round in the competition. Pushed on by the home fans, Barça defeated the German side by seven goals (38-31).

Victories for basketball and hockey

Already qualified for the Final Four in Milan, the team managed by Xavi Pascual defeated Fuenlabrada at the Palau (81-63) thus securing a spot in the league playoffs. Despite a good start from the Madrid-based team (5-10), Barça dominated for nearly the whole match.

Barça’s roller hockey team also won their league match, their 23rd victory out of 25 matches played, against ICG Software Lleida (0-7). The goal scorers were Matías Pascual, Raül Marín and Marc Torra, a brace for each player, and Jordi Gabarra.

Each one of victories were dedicated to Tito Vilanova, who passed away on Friday.

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