FC Barcelona – Champions 2010-11 ( La Liga )



Barcelona clinched their 21st title in La Liga after a 1-1 draw against Levante in round 36 of the 2010-11 campaign. The result was enough for Pep Guardiola’s men to cement a six-point cushion over closest challengers Real Madrid with two games left to play.

Madrid’s 4-0 win over Getafe 24 hours earlier meant that Barca needed to secure just a point at the Ciutat de Valencia to hold at least a six-point advantage over their fierce rivals from the capital. With a better head-to-head record, the Catalans would be crowned champions even if both teams finished levelled on points at the top at the end of the season. And the Blaugrana did just enough to bag the point they needed on Wednesday evening.

Guardiola’s side took the lead against Levante on 27 minutes when Seydou Keita headed in Xavi’s 30-yard diagonal cross. But they were pegged back after a mistake by Gerard Pique allowed Felipe Caicedo to round Victor Valdes and slot the ball into the empty net. But Barca rarely looked in trouble as they coasted to the final whistle, and across the finish line.

Barcelona have occupied the top of the table since November 29 when they leapfrogged Madrid to the summit after beating Jose Mourinho’s outfit 5-0 in the first Clasico of the season. Since then, the Blaugrana have lost just one and drawn four in 23 subsequent games.

However, Barca will not be able to surpass their record 99-point tally from last season, as they will only amass 98 points at most if they win their remaining two league matches.

This is Barcelona’s third consecutive domestic championship, their 21st overall, and Guardiola has won every single league title since taking over as first team coach in 2008.

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24 comentarios

  1. Que se callen para siempre respecto a Mourinho las dudas, las insidias, las inquinas. Que se ahoguen en su propio rencor las vilezas engendradas en Barcelona que tantas veces seducen a la prensa madrileña. Mourinho ha demostrado en cada partido el esfuerzo, la dedicación, la profesionalidad, la seriedad y la imperturbable vocación de hacer su tarea digna y exitosa. Que se abstengan de la crítica los que no tienen opinión propia, los influenciables, los mentecatos, los silentes y los cobardes

  2. Barcelona is good, no doubt about that….however, I don't agree that they would "walk" over the Premier League. The top ten teams in the premier league are very good and only getting better….the top ten in the Spanish, witht he exception of Real and Barca of course, are not that great. The Champions league is the best place to test their skills against english teams though so we'll see how they fair against Man U this time around 🙂

  3. @arahman10 just because they beat man u doesn't mean they would walk the premier league. winning the english league means more than just beating the top sides. I didn't compare them I merely stated that they would find the pace and physical nature of the league hard. la liga is piss easy to win theres no competition, two teams miles ahead of everyone thats it.

  4. @trudon they've beaten man united haven't they, who are the best team in the premier league. it's an insult for you to compare a great team like barca to the likes of stoke, birmingham and wolves, they would probably just spend the whole game trying to catch barca

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