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Live Reporting

By Emlyn Begley

All times stated are UK

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  1. This is goodbye

    Lionel Messi

    We're going to wrap this live up now, but here's the match report for you to read.

    Thanks for joining me today, see you soon.

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    Another league with a tasty title race brewing is Ligue 1. After wins for Paris St-Germain (1-0 v Nancy) and Nice (1-0 at Dijon) today, it's a three-way tie at the top.

    Monaco - who host Nantes tomorrow - lead on goal difference from PSG and Nice.

  3. The title race

    La Liga

    We are in for a thrilling title race hopefully in La Liga. Barcelona are one point above Real Madrid, who have a game in hand following their World Club Cup exploits in December.

    Sevilla, who go to Alaves on Monday, are still in the mix too. They will be two points off Barca if they win that.

    Clear your diaries for the weekend of 22-23 April by the way - that's when Real Madrid host Barca in what could be a huge match.

  4. Boxing, get your boxing here

    This live text is coming to an end but if you like boxing, then head over to our  David Haye v Tony Bellew page here.

  5. FULL-TIME

    Barcelona 5-0 Celta Vigo

    Barcelona return to the top of La Liga with one of the performances of the season. They have absolutely destroyed Celta Vigo - it was 5-0, it could have been 8-0.

    Samuel Umtiti
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    Can't fault his ambition. Iago Aspas has a go from 50 yards but it's easily saved.

  7. INJURY TIME

    Celta Vigo striker Iago Aspas takes on three Barca defenders... and then fires wide. It's not been his night.

    Three minutes added on.

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    Very nearly a sixth as Lionel Messi plays a one-two with Luis Suarez before crossing to Denis Suarez, but his header is straight at the keeper.

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    Another sensational spell of passing, with Lionel Messi involved three or four times, eventually ends up in a goal kick. Is this the performance of the champions?

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    Ivan Rakitic celebrates

    We've seen a million replays of Ivan Rakitic's goal. He was definitely offside, but in the grand scheme of things, this would still have been a comfortable win without it.

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    Alonso:  Luis Enrique could be the first manager in history to begin and end his tenure with a treble. Still not good enough eh? 

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    Close to a sixth as Luis Suarez holds off a challenge or three and plays a one-two with Rafinha, but his shot is all the way across the keeper and the goal, with Denis Suarez unable to turn it home.

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    Celta Vigo have a free-kick but Iago Aspas fires well over. If this was the only Celta game Liverpool fans have seen this season, I'm not sure they'd believe that he is genuinely a good striker.

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    There's 12 minutes to go now, but the game has calmed down a bit. Barcelona are still in control but they're down to third gear now maybe.

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    Lionel Messi is in on goal, is it time for his 38th hat-trick for Barcelona? No, instead he tries to square it to Luis Suarez, who hasn't scored today, but a Celta defender intercepts it.

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    Gerard Hennessy:  Luis Enrique - what a failure as Barca coach! Only won the treble in his first season and the double in his second. And third??

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    Denis Suarez finds his brother Luis (they're not really related) but the Uruguayan is offside.

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    Lionel Messi

    This is the first time all season that Lionel Messi has had a hand in four goals in a La Liga game - two goals and two assists.  

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    Prince Gyimah:  Someone should tell Luis Enrique and his Barca team to reserve some of the goals for PSG 

    Honestly, if they play like this again they will beat PSG by four or five

  20. SUBSTITUTION

    Neymar comes off to a standing ovation after his luscious lob earlier. Denis Suarez is the man to replace him.

    Celta Vigo bring on Marcelo Díaz for Daniel Wass.