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  1. Gomes makes it four
  2. Munir levels for Valencia, before Messi restores the lead
  3. Messi puts Barca ahead from the spot, Mangala sent-off
  4. Mangala heads Valencia in front, before Suarez equalises
  5. Barcelona v Valencia (19:45 GMT)
  6. Roma v Sassuolo (19:45 GMT)
  7. Paris St-Germain v Lyon (20:00 GMT)

Live Reporting

By Matt Davis

All times stated are UK

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    That's all from me for tonight.

    You can read reports from all the European games this weekend on our European index, which can be found  here. 

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    French Ligue 1

    All over at the Parc des Princes, as Paris St-Germain beat Lyon 2-1 to cut Monaco's lead to three points and go four clear of third-placed Nice.

  3. Barca cut Real's lead to two points

    Barcelona 4-2 Valencia

    Andres Iniesta: "There are not many games to go and our obligation is to fight for the league until the end"  

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    Italian Serie A

    All over at Stadio Olimpico as Roma beat Sassuolo 3-1.

    Roma move back to second in Serie A, above Napoli and eight points behind leaders Juventus.

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    Barcelona are now two points behind leaders Real Madrid, but have played a game more.

    The El Clasico on 23 April could be decisive in this title race.


    Barcelona 4-2 Valencia

    All over at the Nou Camp, as Barcelona beat 10-man Valencia.

    The second-half did not quite live up the the excitement of the first 45 minutes, which saw four goals and a red for Eliaquim Mangala.

    Lionel Messi and Andre Gomes make it comfortable for Barcelona on the night.

  7. Gomes' first goal for Barca

    Barcelona 4-2 Valencia

    Neymar jogs up the touchline, skipping past two defenders, he then squares the ball across the mouth of the goal with the outside of his right foot for Andre Gomes who fires into the roof of the net.

    A goal on Gomes' return to Valencia.

  8. GOAL - Barcelona 4-2 Valencia


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    Barcelona 3-2 Valencia

    Not sure why he got booked, he was going on at the ref. Maybe he didn't fancy the trip to Granada?

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    Barcelona 3-2 Valencia

    Lionel Messi goes on a storming run, beating four players but is tackled on the edge of the box.

    The Argentinean is then booked.

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    Barcelona 3-2 Valencia

    Free-kick right on the edge of area as Luis Suarez rolls Ezequiel Garay.

    Neymar steps over it and Luis Suarez can only hit the wall.

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    Roma 3-1 Sassuolo

    Italian Serie A

    Edin Dzeko now has the goal he has been threatening since he came on for Roma. The former Manchester City striker takes on Kevin Strootman's return pass and beats the goalkeeper at his near post.

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    Barcelona 3-2 Valencia

    Neymar sends a shot through the legs of Martín Montoya but Diego Alves collects.

    Simone Zaza then clatters Gerard Pique.

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    Barcelona 3-2 Valencia

    Andre Gomes gives away a free-kick.

    Valencia have a chance here.

    They don't as Daniel Parejo slips as he takes it.

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    Barcelona 3-2 Valencia

    Barcelona free-kick as Andres Iniesta is taken down.

    Neymar and Lionel Messi confer but its the Brazilian that takes it and he hits the corner of the up-right. Almost a carbon copy of his goal against PSG.


    Barcelona 3-2 Valencia

    Rafinha is off for André Gomes. 


    Barcelona 3-2 Valencia

    Goalscorer Munir El Haddadi is off and Simone Zaza is on. The Italian, who is owned by Juventus, had spent sometime on loan at West Ham this season.

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    Barcelona 3-2 Valencia

    Should have been four.

    Lionel Messi forces a one handed save from Diego Alves, the ball comes back to Luis Suarez but he steered his shot wide with the open goal gaping.

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    Barcelona 3-2 Valencia

    Make that 19 and nine on target as Sergi Roberto heads straight at Diego Alves.