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ARXIU - FCB

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2006/07 Season: Nàstic 1-5 Barça

Even though Barça secured three points in Tarragona, they were unable to win the league as Real Madrid clinched the title with the same points haul as Rijkaard’s side but a better goal average. The big win against a relegated Nàstic saw Carles Puyol score his first league goal of the season and Zambrotta’s last in a Barça shirt. A fantastic Ronaldinho free kick and one of Leo Messi’s first braces completed the victory.

ARXIU - FCB

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2007/08 Season: Múrcia 3-5 Barça

Frank Rijkaard’s last game in charge in the league following a highly successful stint as manager was a comfortable night. The Dutchman had won two leagues and the Club’s second Champions League while playing some beautiful football. Eto’o and Henry put the blaugranas ahead before Giovani Dos Santos took control of the game and scored a hat-trick in what proved to be his farewell appearance for the Club.

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2008/09 Season: Deportivo 1-1 Barça

The first La Liga title in the Guardiola era had been decided three games before the end of the campaign. The manager rested his main players ahead of the final in Rome. The title was the culmination of a magical year for the blaugranas. With nothing to play for, Barça travelled to Riazor with a competitive starting XI, with debuts for Botía and Abraham, and they snatched an equaliser in the last minute through Samuel Eto’o.

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2009/10 Season: Barça 4-0 Valladolid

This league title was incredibly hard fought, with a staggering 99-point haul needed to clinch the title. Barça needed a win to secure their second league in a row and the team produced when it mattered. A Lucas Pietro own-goal, a Pedro strike and a Leo Messi brace gave Barça three points against a Valladolid side who confirmed their relegation. Yaya Touré, Ibrahimovic and Henry played their final games for Barça on the night.

MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

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2010/11 Season: Màlaga 1-3 Barça

As had been the case two years ago, Barça came into the final fixture of the league season as champions. The visit to La Rosaleda was a formality that came just before the Wembley final in which they won the Club’s fourth Champions League title. The Catalans warmed up with a win against Málaga thanks to goals from Bojan, with his last as a Barça player; Afellay, with his only league goal of the season; and Marc Bartra, with his first for the first-team.

MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

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2011/12 Season: Betis 2-2 Barça

Guardiola’s goodbye in La Liga happened at the Benito Villamarín stadium. Having racked up 91 points in another fantastic effort the squad didn’t win the league. The Camp Nou had paid tribute to Guardiola in the previous match at the Camp Nou and his side continued to compete for him going into the final match of the campaign. Keita secured a point with an 88th minute goal in his final appearance as a blaugrana after Busquets had scored the opener and the Andalucian side had responded with two goals.

MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

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2012/13 Season: Barça 4-1 Màlaga

When it seemed like 99 points was as good as it could get, Tito Vilanova and Jordi Roura’s Barça proved us wrong by reaching a century in an emotional night in which the Camp Nou paid tribute to Abidal. The 100 points meant Barça had a 15-point lead over Real Madrid and saw the team at its most potent in attack. They scored a record 115 goals which the current squad could match against Eibar tonight as they are three goals behind. Villa, Cesc, Montoya and Iniesta scored the goals on the night.

MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

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2013/14 Season: Barça 1-1 Atlètic

Without a doubt this was the toughest final match in recent years. Tata Martino’s team needed a win to win the league in their final match against Atlético. The team tried for 90 minutes but were unable to get the better of the team from Madrid. Alexis, with his last goal before his move to Arsenal, opened the scoring but Godín equalised with a header which clinched the title for Simeone’s side.

MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

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2014/15 Season: Barça 2-2 Deportivo

Barça had secured the league title with a game to go in Luis Enrique’s first season in charge which ended with the Club’s second treble. The La Liga title arrived just before the fifth Champions League and yet another Copa del Rey. With nothing to play for the coach gave some of his fringe players some game time. Masip played his only game of the season. A Leo Messi double wasn’t enough for Xavi’s final game to end in victory as they Galician team responded well.

MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

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2015/16 Season: Granada 0-3 Barça

If Barça wanted to win their second league in a row only a win would suffice to take them to 91 points. Luis Suárez delivered with a crucial hat-trick which gave Barça the league title and him the Golden Shoe.

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