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Summary

  1. Barcelona two points clear at top of La Liga
  2. Barca have 100% record at home in league this season
  3. Deportivo sixth in the table
  4. GET INVOLVED: #bbceurofooty

Live Reporting

By Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  1. Euro 2016 draw

    That is your lot from La Liga.

    But the balls are just being swilled around the pots in Paris ahead of the Euro 2016 draw.

    England, Wales and Northern Ireland will shortly know who they will be cosying up with next summer.

    Follow live television, radio and text right here. 

  2. La Liga

    La Liga

    So, this is how that draw leaves things at the north end of La Liga.

    Barcelona extend their lead over Atletico Madrid to three points, but Diego Simone's team could move within goal difference of the top if they beat Athletic Bilbao at home on Sunday tea-time.

    Real Madrid will close to within two points of Barcelona if they beat Villarreal away tomorrow.

  3. FULL-TIME

    Barcelona 2-2 Deportivo

    That is your lot.

    Barcelona's first-half dominance counts for just one point.

    If it was on style points they would have walked it, with the lion's share of possession and two beautiful goals, but it isn't.

    Depor's hustle, bustle and belief earn them a smash-and-grab draw.

    Messi and Rakitic congratulate each other
  4. FOUR MINUTES OF INJURY TIME

    Barcelona 2-2 Deportivo

  5. Barcelona 2-2 Deportivo

  6. Barcelona 2-2 Deportivo

    Right, is there time for a winner from this wreckage?

    Both teams are hunting a winner.

  7. Barcelona 2-2 Deportivo

    Bergantinos

    Barcelona give away the ball though a sloppy pass from Sergio Busquets and finally they get what has been coming to them for the last 10 minutes.

    Depor race downfield with numbers and Bergantinos chances his arm as the defenders stand off. It is too good for goalkeeper Claudio Bravo and Barcelona have been pegged back after apparently having the match in the bag. 

  8. Barcelona 2-1 Deportivo

    Deportivo are pushing all their chips into the middle. It is goal-or-bust time now.

    Another swift counter as their pour forward and catch Barca short-staffed but Faycal Fajr blazes over the top to relief among the home fans.

    Deportivo players vie for the ball
  9. Barcelona 2-1 Deportivo

    This is suddenly looking very dangerous for Barcelona.

    Dani Alves rattles in an effort from distance which warms the palms of German Lux, but play sweeps down the other end quicksmart with Miguel Cardoso rifling into the advertising hoardings.

  10. Barcelona 2-1 Deportivo

    Lucas

    Game very much on.

    Miguel Cardoso with a cute pass slid in behind Barca defender Jeremy Mathieu picks out Lucas who coolly slots his 11th of the season to halve the deficit and set nerves jangling around the Nou Camp.

  11. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Barcelona 2-0 Deportivo

    Deportivo substitutes have looked lively.

    Miguel Cardoso breaks from midfield and, with option on both shoulders, opts to take a pop himself.

    It is off the bar and Faycal Fajr heads home on the rebound. The offside flag is up though..  

  12. Barcelona 2-0 Deportivo

    Luis Alberto

    Remember Luis Alberto?

    Signed by then-Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers for £7m in June 2013, he is still technically a Reds player despite managing just nine first-team appearances since.

    After a loan spell with Malaga last season, he is with Deportivo this term and has just come on as a substitute.

    He scored against Rayo Vallecano earlier this season. He hasn't here, firing well over from a decent spot.

  13. Barcelona 2-0 Deportivo

    That second goal has hit Deportivo like a George Foreman roundhouse solar plexus.

    The visitors - who has looked quite bright as they hunted an equaliser at the start of the half - are deflated and flagging.

    Twenty-five minutes to go and Barca could have their feet up on the dashboard here.

    Rakitic celebrates
  14. Barcelona 2-0 Deportivo

    Ivan Rakitic

    Any more peaches and we will have enough for a smoothie.

    Ivan Rakitic plants a shot into the top corner from 25 yards to double Barca's lead.

    It is a high-end stunner of a goal to go hand-in-hand with Messi's sumptuous first.

    Ivan Rakitic scores for Barcelona
  15. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Barcelona 1-0 Deportivo

    Luis Suarez

    The ball is the back of the net, Luis Suarez is wheeling away in celebration, but the Uruguayan is checking over his shoulder.

    As well he might. The flag is up on the far side because he has strayed a bootlace past the last defender as Jordi Alba squared the ball to him in the box.

    Barcelona remain well within touch for the visitors.

  16. Barcelona 1-0 Deportivo

    Oh my.

    Andres Iniesta with a sublime chip that exposes Depor goalkeeper German Lux a few yards off his line.

    It might as well as have been a few hundred metres.Lux was helpless.

    Fortunately for him Iniesta's lob bounces across the face of the goal without any Barca player lurking to get a touch.

  17. Barcelona 1-0 Deportivo

    Deportivo have made an enterprising start to the second half with Lucas and Jonathan both threatening Claudio Bravo's goal.

    This one is still alive and kicking as a contest.

  18. GOAL

    Bayern Munich 2 Ingolstadt 0

    Another one for Bayern and surely game over.

    This time captain Philipp Lahm leads by example as the defender pops up at the far post to fire home.

  19. KICK-OFF

    Barcelona 1-0 Deportivo

    We are back up and running in the Nou Camp, Camp Nou, po-tay-toe, po-tar-toe.

  20. On its way...

    Barcelona 1-0 Deportivo

    Messi goal

    A Barcelona fan in the stands captured Messi's opener and it only looks even more glorious when given the super slow-mo treatment.