Xavi and Iniesta have the distinguished honour of lifting the 2014/15 Copa del Rey. / MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

1. Opening 4–0 victory at Huesca

In the first match against Huesca, in December, Luis Enrique's team only started one regular — Andres Iniesta. Douglas, Sergi Samper and Rafinha played as well as the Catalans got on track for the knockout round with goals from Rakitic, Iniesta, Pedro Rodríguez and Rafinha.

2. Easy last 32 return leg, 8–1

Following a resounding victory in the first leg, the starting XI was a mix of substitutes and Barça B players with plus Mascherano, Iniesta and Pedro, who scored a hat-trick and had a masterful game. The other scorers were Iniesta, Sergi Roberto, Adriano, Adama and Sandro Ramírez.

3. 5–0 last 16 victory over Elche

The first leg at Camp Nou was everything. The so-called attacking trident left things all set for the quarter-finals as Luis Suárez, Neymar and Messi (2) all scored. Jordi Alba also joined the party.

4. Mathieu scores masterful free kick goal in 4–0 win at Elche

The return match of the last 16 once again served to give playing time to everyone. Despite the big first-leg win, Luis Enrique's team did not relax. Pedro, Sergi Roberto, Adriano and Jérémy Mathieu brought the aggregate result to 9–0.

5. Messi gives Barça 1–0 victory over Atlético

Now in the quarter-finals, Barça were now facing their toughest rivals yet in Atlético Madrid. Luis Enrique put his best players on the pitch and Leo Messi scored, knocking home a enalty kick rebound following a foul in the area on Sergio Busquets.

6. Neymar guides Barça to semi-finals, 3–2

There were a flurry of goals in the first half of the return leg at the Calderón. Neymar, with two, and Miranda (own-goal) gave Barça the victory and a berth in the semi-finals after a very difficult tie against an opponent as tough as Atletico Madrid.

7. Yellow Submarine fall at Camp Nou, 3–1

After winning the tie against Atlético, Barca took on Villarreal in the first leg of the semi-finals. Messi, Iniesta and Piqué all scored in the first leg at Camp Nou.

8. Suárez and Neymar put Barça in Final, 3–1

To secure a berth in the Final, Luis Enrique's team went all out at the Madrigal. Goals from Suárez and Neymar (2) were the highlights of a game with only one negative —the injury Sergio Busquets.

9. Messi's genius in Final 3–1

Barça won the Cup for the 27th time thanks to two goals from Messi and one from Neymar. Messi's first goal was a wonder, going through four Athletic Club defenders, entering the area, and finishing with aplomb to open the scoring.

10. Xavi and Iniesta lift the Cup

The two captains raised the Copa del Rey in the Camp Nou grandstand, taking it straight from the hands of the King of Spain,having won all their matches in the tournament and being proclaimed the 2014/15 Champions.

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