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The Champions' grades

1x1 of the squad that won La Liga

The Champions' grades
The Champions' grades

1x1 of the squad that won La Liga

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Claudio Bravo. 8,5. First choice again in his second season at the club. He won many points at the beginning of the season. Stopped being so brilliant in the final part, but didn't make mistakes. If next season Ter Stegen is first choice, it will be unfair for the Chilean goalie.

Marc-André Ter Stegen. 7. In the league he had more difficulties than Bravo to keep a clean sheet.

Jordi Masip -. No chances.


Gerard Piqué. 9. The best defender of the squad, on and off the pitch.

Dani Alves. 7. In his bad days, he is one of the worse, but he has had more good than bad this season. His global performances have been quite good. .

Javier Mascherano. 7. His leadership, commitment and effort are never in doubt. His place in the starting eleven next season is. 

Jordi Alba. 7. A little less great in every aspect of the game if we compare him with his last season version.

Jérémy Mathieu. 6. Sometimes good, sometimes not good enough. The money Barcelona paid for him was too much.

Thomas Vermaelen. 5. Injuries are the only excuse to not give him a 4 or less. He played 10 matches, 531 minutes in the league. More than we can remember.

Douglas Pereira. - . 15 minutes in the league. He was fit during more time than last season but hasn't been involved in the squad lists. He has more titles than matches played for the club in his second season in Barcelona.

Marc Bartra. 5'5. He doesn't have Luis Enrique's support. However, when he has played he hasn't showed such a good level to keep him in the team.

Adriano Correia. 4. Not good enough any longer for the club.


Ivan Rakitic. 8'5. Undervalued. He doesn't deserve to be the first man subbed on every match. Always delivers at a very good level.

Arda Turan. 5. Despite some moments of magic, he hasn't made a place for himself in the starting eleven. Not good enough. His 6 months without playing are a good reason to keep believing in him. Next season will be an important one for the Turkish.

Andrés Iniesta. 9. We will miss him a lot when he leaves.

Rafinha. 6'5. Despite the long-term injury, when he played he showed he can be a regular in the team.

Sergi Roberto. 8'5. He can play everywhere and he does well everywhere. It has been his best season for the club.

Aleix Vidal. 5. Same as Arda Turan.


Luis Suárez. 10. Impossible to score more and better. When he hasn't been scoring -a few games- he has always fought like if there was no tomorrow. 

Leo Messi. 10. He always deserve the highest mark possible.

Neymar. 8. Two points less than the other two stars due to his low level in the final matches of the season.

Munir. 7. He was more useful than last season. He has to improve even more to be a part of the squad in the future.

Sandro Ramírez. 5. Always gave the maximum, but it was not enough.