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Rubén Quintanilla
Jaume Costa
O. Dembélé
3 - 0
Ansu Fati
R. Lewandowski
2 - 0
A. Ndiaye
Red Card
Ansu Fati
1 - 0

Match Stats

78% 21%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 9 1
Total Passes 713 196
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Pos Team P W D L F A +/- PTS Form
1 Barcelona BAR Barcelona 37 28 4 5 69 18 +51 88 W L L W W
2 Real Madrid RMA Real Madrid 37 24 5 8 74 35 +39 77 W W L W L
3 Atlético Madrid ATM Atlético Madrid 37 23 7 7 68 31 +37 76 W D W L W
4 Real Sociedad RSO Real Sociedad 37 20 8 9 49 34 +15 68 L W W D W
5 Villarreal VIL Villarreal 37 19 6 12 57 38 +19 63 L W W W D
6 Real Betis BET Real Betis 37 17 8 12 45 40 +5 59 W L D W W
7 Osasuna OSA Osasuna 37 14 8 15 35 41 -6 50 L W L W L
8 Athletic Club ATH Athletic Club 37 14 8 15 46 42 +4 50 L L W L L
9 Girona GIR Girona 37 13 10 14 57 53 +4 49 L D L D W
10 Rayo Vallecano RAY Rayo Vallecano 37 13 10 14 45 50 -5 49 W L L L W
11 Sevilla SEV Sevilla 37 13 10 14 46 52 -6 49 L D D W W
12 Mallorca MLL Mallorca 37 13 8 16 34 43 -9 47 L W L W L
13 Cádiz CAD Cádiz 37 10 11 16 29 52 -23 41 W L W L L
14 Getafe GET Getafe 37 10 11 16 34 45 -11 41 W W D L W
15 Valencia VAL Valencia 37 11 8 18 41 44 -3 41 D L W W D
16 Almería ALM Almería 37 11 7 19 46 62 -16 40 D L W L W
17 Celta de Vigo CEL Celta de Vigo 37 10 10 17 41 52 -11 40 L D L L L
18 Real Valladolid VLD Real Valladolid 37 11 6 20 33 63 -30 39 D W L L L
19 Espanyol ESP Espanyol 37 8 12 17 49 66 -17 36 D D W L L
20 Elche ELC Elche 37 5 9 23 29 66 -37 24 W D D W L


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We hope you've enjoyed our coverage of a dominant Barcelona win. It's goodbye from us, and we'll see you next time!
Barcelona end a day of farewells on a positive note. Busquets and Alba bask in the backing of the Camp Nou crowd for one final time, and with the Blaugrana due to spend next season away from their famous home as it undergoes redevelopment, their fans enjoyed what will be their final trip to the stadium for at least a year.
It's full-time at Camp Nou, and Barcelona sign off in front of their home supporters with a 3-0 victory over Mallorca! The champions were never troubled after Ndiaye was sent off for a reckless early challenge, with Fati's first-half double putting them in command. In the second half, the Blaugrana allowed Alba and Busquets to receive standing ovations in their final home outings as they were withdrawn, while Gavi's powerful strike put some gloss on the scoreline.
90' + 1' Barca's supporters continue to serenade their champions in the closing stages. Xavi will be very satisfied with their work here, and they are about to stretch their lead at the summit to 11 points once again.
90' Raphinha attempts to cross with the outside of his foot as we enter two additional minutes at the end of this game. None of his team-mates can latch onto it.
88' Alba and Busquets have taken their places in the dugout, side-by-side as Barca continue to control the game. It has been a satisfying end to their Camp Nou tenures so far.
Rubén Quintanilla
Jaume Costa
87' Ruben Quintanilla also enters the action, with Costa withdrawn after a busy shift at left wing-back.
G. González
Manu Morlanes
86' Mallorca are also making further alterations in this stop-start finale. Giovanni Gonzalez takes Morlanes' place.
Eric García
Sergio Busquets
85' Camp Nou rises to salute Busquets, the midfield metronome who has won 32 trophies during his remarkable spell with Barca. He embraces former partner Xavi on the touchline as Garcia takes his place.
Ferran Torres
O. Dembélé
84' Torres comes on for Barcelona, as the lively Dembele makes way. That will be the first of a double switch, with Busquets about to get a huge ovation.
83' Raphinha has gone over to the right flank, with Dembele now operating from the left, ahead of substitute Alonso.
Marcos Alonso
Jordi Alba
81' And there's an emotional farewell for Alba. The left-back is in tears as he is serenaded by a capacity crowd at this famous old venue. He has been an outstanding servant during a decorated 11-year spell with Barca, but his final home outing is over as Alonso comes on.
Abdón Prats
V. Muriqi
79' Mallorca make a change up front as Abdon replaces Muriqi.
Ansu Fati
79' Two-goal Barcelona hero Fati makes way as Xavi does turn to his bench. Raphinha comes on.
78' Over! Lewandowski goes for a spectacular overhead kick, but his effort goes into the ground and bounces up and over the crossbar, with Greif scrambling to his right.
77' Xavi has yet to turn to his bench this half, having been forced to replace Balde in the opening period. It wouldn't be a surprise to see Busquets and Alba withdrawn, allowing them to receive the adoration of the Camp Nou crowd.
76' Mallorca win a corner on the right flank, but Grenier sends the delivery all the way across the box and out. This second period has been a bit of a non-event for the depleted visitors.
74' Fati misses a chance for the match ball! De Jong's reverse pass finds him in space on the left of the box, but his disappointing effort is straight at Greif.
73' Busquets denied a dream moment! Greif punches a cross out to the departing skipper, who fires a fierce volley at goal. A white shirt is on hand to block, and Busquets is denied a farewell goal!
Dani Rodríguez
72' Angel Rodriguez enters the fray for Mallorca, replacing namesake Dani Rodriguez.
O. Dembélé
70' Dembele sized up a cross at the end of a patient Barca move, but he ultimately opted to play it into Gavi's feet, and his team-mate did the rest!
70' GOAAAAAAL! GAVI GETS BARCELONA'S THIRD! Dembele plays a neat pass to Gavi just inside the penalty area, and the Barca midfielder brilliantly shifts the ball to his left foot and fires into the top-left corner! Great goal, and it's certainly game over now. 3-0!
68' Lewandowski is looking to become just the second player to score 24 goals in his first 33 games in LaLiga this century, after Cristiano Ronaldo (27 games, reaching this tally against Mallorca in May 2010). The Poland international was very close to achieving that feat a moment ago...
66' OFF THE WOODWORK! Fati moves away as Lewandowski takes it. LaLiga's top goalscorer whips his effort towards the top-left corner, but it bounces off the angle of post and bar and goes behind!
65' Barcelona win a free-kick in a good position, 25 yards out and slightly to the left of the D. Fati and Lewandowski are both interested…
64' Morlanes now looks to launch a break down the Mallorca left, but Roberto slows his advance and the visitors are forced back. This game is being played at a slow pace, but the home fans are still in fine voice as they celebrate their title triumph.
62' Mallorca skipper Dani Rodriguez gets up to win a corner off Alba. The 10 men are at least showing some fight now.
61' Barcelona had conceded in each of their last three LaLiga games (seven goals overall) before this one, their longest run without a clean sheet in the competition this season. That sequence looks overwhelmingly likely to end here, however.
59' Mallorca finally get on the front foot and win a rare corner. Muriqi has a shot blocked following a scramble, then Maffeo lifts a tame cross straight into the hands of Ter Stegen. The Barcelona goalkeeper has been a spectator for most of this match.
57' We're approaching the hour mark and Mallorca are yet to attempt a single shot. In fact, the visitors have only managed one touch inside the Barcelona area.
56' CLOSE! Alba stands up a fine cross for Lewandowski, who plants his header just wide after arriving unmarked in the area. The Mallorca goal is living a charmed life at present.
54' OFF THE LINE! Valjent prevents Barca from going 3-0 up! Fati's cross deflects into Dembele's path, and his header looks destined to find the net from close range. However, the Mallorca defender races back to clear from beneath his own crossbar!
52' Gavi clatters into Baba as he looks to reach Alba's angled pass into the box. The Barcelona playmaker needs treatment, but he's soon back to his feet and able to continue.
50' Dembele beats Baba and attempts to reach the byline, but he slips before he can weigh up a cross and Mallorca escape.
49' Barcelona win yet another corner through Dembele. This looks like being a long half for Mallorca.
48' Mallorca are not getting much help from elsewhere at the moment. As things stand in LaLiga, their hopes of finishing seventh will be ended. They are four points adrift of Osasuna in the live table.
47' CHANCE! Gavi immediately gets Barca on the attack and wins a corner. It's floated into Kounde, who nods over under pressure from inside the six-yard box. That could easily have been 3-0!
46' Muriqi kicks us off for the second half. Mallorca need a miracle to keep their slim European hopes alive.
C. Grenier
Josep Gayá
46' Mallorca have made a half-time change, with Grenier replacing Gaya and stepping into midfield.
With the title secured, all eyes are on Barca's departing heroes here. Busquets has won possession six times thus far, more than any other home player, and he has also recorded 11 entries into the final third – demonstrating how deep Mallorca have been.
The whistle blows, and you'll do better to see a more one-sided first half than the one we've witnessed at Camp Nou. Fati's brace has handed Barcelona a comfortable 2-0 lead over Mallorca, who were reduced to 10 men early on when Ndiaye's high challenge resulted in Balde suffering an injury. If the Blaugrana put their foot down after the break, there are more goals in this for them.
45' + 1' We've played one of two signalled minutes of stoppage time, as Barca continue to press for a third goal.
45' GREAT SAVE! Fati almost gets his hat-trick before the break! The young forward turns on De Jong's pass and hammers a shot at goal, only for Greif to spring up and divert it over! Terrific reflexes from the goalkeeper.
44' The champions have enjoyed 83.3 per cent possession and not faced a single shot on goal so far. They are completely and utterly dominant.
43' Barca keep the pressure on after their corner is cleared. Dembele fires in another cross, and it's headed behind yet again. It's attack versus defence.
41' Every outfield Barcelona player is within 35 yards of Mallorca's goal as the hosts sustain an attack. Dembele hangs up a cross, and Gaya has to nod it behind.
40' Maffeo wins possession high up the pitch and looks for a cross, but Fati works back to win a goal-kick for Barca. That's excellent defensive awareness from the forward.
38' Fati's first goal, scored after just 49 seconds, was Barca's second-earliest goal in a home league game this century, after Andres Iniesta struck 43 seconds in against Recreativo de Huelva in April 2009.
36' The pace of this game has dropped since Fati's second goal, which will suit Mallorca. At 2-0 and a man down, this is surely a case of damage limitation for them.
35' CHANCE! Lewandowski latches onto Alba's fine cross-field ball and attempts a first-time volley from a tight angle. He strikes it well, but it's always rising and Greif is untroubled!
34' Dembele cuts inside from a menacing position… but the winger slips and his shot dribbles well wide of the far post.
33' Mallorca have only taken points from two of their last 12 games on the road against Barcelona in LaLiga (L10): 3-2 in May 2008 under Gregorio Manzano and 1-1 in October 2010 under Michael Laudrup. They look highly unlikely to pick up anything here.
31' Good save! Busquets and Fati are involved in an intricate move which ends with Lewandowski shooting low at goal. Greif gets behind it to hold on, and Mallorca avoid any further damage.
29' Costa is back up as play resumes. Gavi overhits a pass into the area, gifting the visitors a goal-kick.
27' There's a stoppage in play as Dembele's cross strikes Costa in the head. The Mallorca defender is down and receiving medical attention.
26' Barca are camped in the Mallorca half now, seeking a route through a packed defence for a third goal. The Blaugrana are looking to end their home campaign on a high.
R. Lewandowski
24' Lewandowski had his back to goal as he received a pass from De Jong, but a delicate touch from the striker sent Fati through, and the winger made no mistake to claim his brace!
Ansu Fati
24' GOAAAAAAAL! TWO FOR FATI, TWO FOR BARCA! Mallorca's resistance is broken as Fati races onto another excellent flick from Lewandowski to prod beyond Greif at his near post! This could get messy for Mallorca!
23' Mallorca on the ropes! Dembele, Fati and Roberto combine before the former attempts two shots at goal inside a crowded area. The visitors are throwing themselves on the line to deny the Frenchman a route to goal.
21' Copete smashes the cross behind for another Blaugrana set-piece, from which Christensen heads well over the crossbar.
20' Fati cuts inside from the left and sees his first shot blocked. His second also strikes a white shirt, and bobbles behind for a Barca corner.
19' Maffeo leads a Mallorca break but is firmly challenged by Christensen. You have to think opportunities to counter will be few and far between for the 10-man visitors now.
18' Xavi will certainly be concerned by the sight of Balde being carried from the field by his team-mates there. Hopefully the Spain international makes a speedy recovery.
Sergi Roberto
Alejandro Balde
17' Balde's involvement is cut short as a result of Ndiaye's reckless challenge. Roberto comes on in his place at right-back.
15' Balde has to be helped from the field in the aftermath of that incident, and Barca will have to make a change. For now, they are playing on with 10 men.
A. Ndiaye
Red Card
14' RED CARD! MALLORCA DOWN TO 10! The referee watches Ndiaye's tackle back, and it was certainly a dangerous one, scything Balde down close to knee height. His yellow card is upgraded to a red, and the visitors have a mountain to climb now!
13' Ndiaye fails to thread an accurate pass to strike partner Muriqi on the break, before clattering into Balde with a high challenge and earning the first caution of the game. The Barca man is in some discomfort, and the referee is being sent to the VAR monitor to review the incident!
11' Fati fires the free-kick off the Mallorca wall and behind, but Barca fail to make anything of their subsequent corner.
10' Dembele races through the middle of the pitch and is tripped by Maffeo. Barca have a free-kick 25 yards out, which Lewandowski is standing over…
9' Unlucky! A great dummy from Lewandowski allows Gavi to turn and shoot on the edge of the box, but his effort is too close to Greif.
8' Barca have Mallorca penned back inside their own half as they probe patiently. Ndiaye eventually wins possession for the visitors and attempts to lead a break, but Balde steps in to stop his advance.
6' Barcelona have won their last 10 games against Mallorca in LaLiga before this one – with 32 goals scored and just five conceded – their best winning run against them in the competition. They've made an excellent start to their bid to extend that streak.
5' Costa gets up on the overlap to cross from the left for Mallorca, but none of his team-mates attack the delivery and Christensen is able to hoist it clear.
3' What a start that is for Barcelona, who needed just 49 seconds to hit the front. Departing captain Busquets was involved in the build-up to that goal, and that will do nothing to quiet the celebratory atmosphere in Catalonia.
1' Gavi gets the assist after teeing up Fati from close range, but Lewandowski deserves credit after dropping deep to play an excellent flick around the corner for the Spain man.
Ansu Fati
1' GOAAAAAL! FATI PUTS BARCA AHEAD! The champions lead within one minute as Gavi races onto Lewandowski's deft pass around the corner, before squaring to an unmarked Fati to tap into an unguarded net. 1-0!
1' We're off and running at Camp Nou as the Catalan crowd prepare to say farewell to legendary duo Alba and Busquets. Gavi with the first kick.
Barcelona are looking to avoid suffering three successive league defeats for the first time since April 2016, when they did so under the management of Luis Enrique. Will the Blaugrana give their fans a performance to celebrate at Camp Nou? The teams are out, and we're about to find out!
Mallorca also make five changes after overcoming Valencia in midweek. Greif replaces Rajkovic between the sticks, while Gaya, Costa, Morlanes and Ndiaye also come in. Aguirre's side look likely to start with a 5-3-2 shape, and they will hope to keep things tight and hit Barca on the break.
Xavi makes five changes to the side which began Tuesday's loss at Valladolid. Kounde, Dembele and Fati come in as Torre, Raphinha and Garcia drop out, while there are also Camp Nou send-offs for Busquets and Alba, two Blaugrana greats set to depart after this campaign. Alonso and Roberto are the other two players to drop to the bench.
REAL MALLORCA SUBS: Predrag Rajkovic, Leo Roman, Clement Grenier, Abdon Prats, Tinotenda Kadewere, Giovanni Gonzalez, Angel Rodriguez, Miguel Llabres, Miguelito, Marcos Fernandez, Benjamin Garay, Ruben Quintanilla Rodriguez.
REAL MALLORCA (5-3-2): Dominik Greif; Pablo Maffeo, Copete, Martin Valjent, Josep Gaya, Jaume Costa; Manu Morlanes, Iddrisu Baba, Dani Rodriguez; Vedat Muriqi, Amath Ndiaye.
BARCELONA SUBS: Inaki Pena, Arnau Tenas, Ferran Torres, Marcos Alonso, Franck Kessie, Sergi Roberto, Raphinha, Eric Garcia, Pablo Torre.
BARCELONA (4-3-3): Marc-Andre ter Stegen; Alejandro Balde, Jules Kounde, Andreas Christensen, Jordi Alba; Frenkie de Jong, Sergio Busquets, Gavi; Ousmane Dembele, Robert Lewandowski, Ansu Fati.
Mallorca, meanwhile, still harbour slim hopes of European qualification, with Javier Aguirre's men sitting in 11th, three points adrift of Osasuna in seventh. A respectable top-half finish will be their primary target, but reaching the Europa Conference League is still possible – though they will likely need to upset the Blaugrana here.
Barcelona were crowned LaLiga champions with four games of the season remaining earlier this month, assuming an unassailable lead over Real Madrid with a 4-2 win over cross-city rivals Espanyol. The Blaugrana have certainly had their feet up since then, losing back-to-back games against Real Sociedad and Real Valladolid. They will want to bounce back in their final home match of the campaign.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of this game from Camp Nou in LaLiga, as champions Barcelona host Real Mallorca.