Barcelona ended the La Liga season on good note as they defeated Derpotivo Alaves 5-0 at the Estadio Mendizorroza on Sunday afternoon.
Lionel Messi stole the show as he scored a brace and assisted another to set a new La Liga assist record ahead former teammate Xavi Hernandez.
Despite ending the La Liga season on a good note, there is a bit of bad news for the Catalans as one of their key players was forced out of the match due to injury.
France International, Clement Lenglet was forced off the match after five minutes of restart with Arturo Vidal playing as a makeshift centre-back for the rest of the game.
This will come as a huge worry for Quique Setien as he is already without Samuel Umtiti and Junior Firpo.
Barcelona still have UEFA Champions League second leg clash with Napoli at the Camp Nou which makes it a bad time for Lenglet's injury.
We wish Clement Lenglet quick recovery
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