Gerard Pique used Barcelona's treble celebrations to goad Cristiano Ronaldo, suggesting the Real Madrid player's 30th birthday was the "starting" point for his own side's historic feat.
On Saturday night, Barcelona completed the treble for a second time in six years by beating Juventus in the Champions League final to add to their domestic league and cup successes.
The team were soon back in Catalonia for an open-top bus parade followed by celebrations at the Nou Camp at which Pique took the microphone.
He said: "Thanks to the staff, to the team-mates...and to Kevin Roldan: He started all this!"
Ronaldo sang a duet with Kevin Roldan during his 30th birthday party, with footage of the sing-along enraging some Real Madrid fans because it came in the aftermath of a 4-0 defeat to local rivals Atletico Madrid. The loss in February was one of a number of poor results during a period of unrest at Real Madrid that saw their levels dip and grip on the top of the table loosen.
Ronaldo now looks almost certain to lose the Ballon d'Or he has held for the last two years to Lionel Messi when the award is next given out.Reuse content