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Atletico Madrid players congratulate Lionel Messi and Barcelona after the Catalans were proclaimed La Liga champions

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Messi celebrates scoring the second of his two goals

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The Bayern players celebrate making the final with commemorative t-shirts

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How Lionel Messi 'just being on the pitch' can inspire Barcelona to Champions League glory

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