Robert Lewandowski gave La Blaurgana an early advantage in the match at the RCDE Stadium, and they never looked back, scoring two more goals before halftime, one from Alejandro Balde and one from Lewa.
The victory marked Barca’s 28th in what has been an incredibly dominant season under Xavi Hernandez. The Catalans dominated the La Liga title race, winning the league with four games remaining while competing against Real Madrid, the undisputed champion of Europe, and a revitalized Atletico Madrid team.
Unexpectedly, Barcelona’s outstanding defensive performance has been crucial to the victory. The team has only given up 13 goals in 34 league games this season, and Marc-Andre ter Stegen has a chance to break the current record for clean sheets in the remaining games.
On the other end, Robert Lewandowski, a summer addition, contributed to yet another 30-goal season — his seventh straight 30-goal campaign.
La Blaugrana will be hoping to bring their domestic form to the continent as well next season. After a respectable summer window in which they are set to add more top-notch depth to their squad, Barca will be confident that they can once again make a splash in Europe despite having had a relatively poor Champions League and Europa League campaign.
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