It was party time in Barcelona as fans of the world famous Spanish football club celebrated their team’s 22nd La Liga title.
News came through of the success after second placed rivals Real Madrid drew their crucial match at Espanyol to leave Tito Vilanova’s side with an unassailable lead.
Hundreds massed in the city’s central Canaletes Square and looked set to dance the night away.
The title should go some way towards making up for the recent disappointment of being knocked out of the semi finals of the Champions League by German team Bayern Munich.
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