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Barcelona's Lionel Messi wins legal battle over trademark

The ESPN FC crew compare the Barcelona side that thrashed Sevilla 5-0 with the one that was upset by Roma in the Champions League.
Barcelona's draw with Celta secured the longest unbeaten streak in La Liga history, but Craig Burley thinks they'll be defined by their UCL exit to Roma.

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi has been awarded the trademark rights to his own logo after winning a European Union court challenge.

A Spanish cycling clothing manufacturer owning the name Massi filed a notice of opposition to the original registration of Messi's trademark in 2011, claiming it would lead to confusion with its already registered brand.

However, the General Court of the European Union ruled in Messi's favour on Thursday after a seven-year battle, overturning the European Union Office...

Barcelona's Andres Iniesta deserved to win two Ballon d'Ors - Sergio Ramos

With Andres Iniesta set to leave Barcelona at the end of the season, the FC crew discuss what has made him so invaluable to the club.

Sergio Ramos says Andres Iniesta would have won two Ballon d'Ors if he was called "Andresinho" after France Football apologised for never giving the Barcelona midfielder the prestigious award.

The Ballon d'Or, awarded to the best player in the world at the end of each calendar year, has been dominated by Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for the last decade.

However, Iniesta had a strong case to win it in 2010 when he scored the winning goal in the World Cup final and again in 2012 when he helped...

Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos taunts Jose Mourinho in praise of Zinedine Zidane

The FC crew examine Zinedine Zidane's managerial record and make the case for his inclusion among the top managers in world football.
Sergio Ramos says Real Madrid will not repeat the same mistake they made against Juventus when they face Bayern Munich in Champions League semifinal second leg.
Substitute Marco Asensio's second-half strike proved decisive as Real Madrid held on at the Allianz Arena for a big win.

Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos appeared to criticise former coach Jose Mourinho while praising Zinedine Zidane's achievements as both a player and a coach following the 2-1 victory at Bayern Munich in the first leg of their Champions League semifinal.

The two-time defending champions are now closing in on a possible fourth Champions League in five seasons, although just a few weeks ago, some around the Bernabeu were questioning Zidane's future following an embarrassing Copa del Rey exit at home...

Paris Saint-Germain's Goncalo Guedes wants to remain at Valencia - father

Check out the best goals from the weekend in La Liga, including Steven N'Zonzi's long-distance strike for Sevilla.
Check out the best goals from the weekend in La Liga, including Steven N'Zonzi's long-distance strike for Sevilla.
Goals from Luis Suarez and Samuel Umtiti helped Barcelona fend off Valencia and set a new record for the longest unbeaten run in La Liga history.

Goncalo Guedes' father believes Valencia will make a bid to acquire his son from Paris Saint-Germain this summer, a move that he claims would benefit all parties.

No buy-out option was included in the deal that brought the Portuguese winger to Valencia in September on a season-long loan from PSG.

Valencia are keen to keep the 21-year-old beyond June 30 and Le Parisien reported last week that the French club is willing to negotiate and sell Guedes for €40 million to abide by UEFA'S Financial...

Cristiano Ronaldo should not worry about hotel tax investigation - sources

While there are subplots for both Bayern and Real Madrid, the entire FC panel is picking Madrid to go through to the UCL final.
Zinedine Zidane defended his side's recent performances and admitted that they try to avoid what the press have said about them.
Following statements released by the presidents of Juve and Napoli, the FC crew discuss whether referees give Real Madrid preferential treatment.

Real Madrid forward and Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo has no reason to worry about reports of tax problems related to his hotel investments, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.

Ronaldo is under investigation by Spain's tax authorities, who say he and his advisers used a web of companies in Ireland and the British Virgin Islands to avoid paying €14.7 million on image rights income between 2011 and 2014.

A judge is set to rule on whether the case should move to trial in the coming...