The difference between Barcelona and Manchester United was clear to see during the Champions League final, as Lionel Messi inspired Pep Guardiola's side to a 3-1 victory.
But the collective effort of the Catalan team was crucial in constructing the win, demonstrated by the following statistics courtesy of Opta.
777 - Total number of passes that Barcelona made in the final, more than double Manchester United's 357. Barca had 69% of overall ball possession.
148 - Passes that Spanish midfielder Xavi completed during the game, a high for the Champions League this season. He misplaced only seven, giving him a completion rate of 95%.
90 - Percentage of passes completed by the Barcelona team. United's was 80%.
60 - Passes between Xavi and Andres Iniesta, the most common pass journey on the pitch. United's most frequent combination was between defender Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic (16).
55 - Number of times Xavi and Iniesta passed to Messi.
18 - Passes made by Barcelona keeper Victor Valdes - two more than Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez.
16 - Times United fouled Barcelona's players. Barcelona did likewise to their opponents on only five occasions.
15 - Dribbles by Messi, of which 10 were successful. Wayne Rooney was the next most frequent dribbler with six.
12 - Shots on target by Barcelona. Messi and Iniesta had three of these each.
11.95 - According to Uefa, distance in kilometres covered by Xavi, the highest in the Barcelona team. Ryan Giggs covered the greatest distance by a United player (11.16km).
1 - Number of shots that Manchester United had on target. This was Rooney's 34th-minute goal.