Barcelona completed their fifth UEFA Champions League win after seeing off Juventus in the final. The final was a pulsating game which had end-to-end football, with both teams searching for goals but it was the Blaugurana that prevailed, holding their nerve despite considerate pressure from Juventus. The match got off to the worst possible start for Juventus, who fell behind as early as the fourth minute after Andres Iniesta’s mazy run set Ivan Rakitic up. Also Read - From Convincing Lionel Messi to Fighting Financial Crisis: Challenges Barcelona New President Joan Laporta Will Have to Tackle

Barca kept the tempo and dominated proceedings but couldn’t show any goals for it. Then came the equaliser, through Alvaro Morata who capitalised on a rebound after terrific work from Stephan Litchsteiner and Carlos Tevez. Barca continued to press and were rewarded with their own bit of fortune after Gigi Buffon’s excellent work was nullified with Luis Suarez pouncing on the rebound. Juve searched for the equaliser, which never arrived and Neymar slotted the third goal to hand Barca the title in the seventh minute of stoppage time. Also Read - Joan Laporta Elected New President of Barcelona With 54.28 Per Cent Votes

Relive the magic of the 2014-15 final here: Also Read - Lionel Messi And Other Barca Players Cast Vote for Barcelona Presidential Election at Camp Nou