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Gerard Pique immense, Lionel Messi rather quiet as Barca take slim lead back to Camp Nou

Craig Burley doesn't see a way back for Manchester United, even though they limited Barcelona to just one goal at Old Trafford.

MANCHESTER, England -- Luke Shaw's first-half own goal handed Barcelona the advantage over Manchester United in their Champions League quarterfinal as the Catalans won 1-0 at Old Trafford on Wednesday.

Shaw turned Luis Suarez's header into his own net early in the first half after Lionel Messi had teed up the Uruguayan at the far post. The goal stood after a review from VAR to check if there had been an offside in the build-up.

David De Gea made a good save from Philippe Coutinho to stop Barca...

Barcelona's Pique warns teammates to put Manchester United away if given chance

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tells ESPN FC's Rob Dawson he models his management style on Sir Alex Ferguson, including his famed 'hairdryer' treatment.
The FC panel examine how Manchester United could benefit from Paul Pogba's departure, should he decide to leave Old Trafford this summer.

MANCHESTER, England -- Gerard Pique warned former side Manchester United that Barcelona will put the tie to bed if they get the chance in Wednesday's Champions League quarterfinal first leg.

Pique, who spent four years at United as a youngster, returns to Old Trafford this week for the first time since moving back to Barca in 2008.

Barca start the tie as favourites but United come into the clash buoyed by an impressive comeback against Paris Saint-Germain in the last round. Pique says he watched...

Lionel Messi shirt swap death threats not Gerard Pique's fault - Barca director

Steve Nicol and Shaka Hislop contextualize Lionel Messi's dominance after the Barcelona star reached 40 goals for the 10th straight season.

Barcelona director Guillermo Amor says it's unacceptable to hold Gerard Pique responsible for the death threats received by Espanyol player Adria Pedrosa.

Pedrosa, 20, has been subjected to a barrage of abuse from his own supporters after asking to swap shirts with Barca forward Lionel Messi at the end of Saturday's Catalan derby at Camp Nou, which Espanyol lost 2-0.

La Sexta journalist Maria Martinez led the criticism against Pique, claiming he was to blame for the threats because of the player's...

Espanyol hit back at Pique claims he has more money than their budget

Is Marcus Rashford heading to Barcelona? Will Philippe Coutinho return to the Premier League? ESPN FC's Craig Burley has his say in Transfer Rater.
With rumours swirling Barcelona are prepared to sell Coutinho, Paul Mariner hopes the Brazilian remains at the Nou Camp

Espanyol have released a statement describing their values in response to Gerard Pique's claim he has more money than the Catalan club's entire budget.

The Barcelona defender was speaking light-heartedly ahead of this weekend's Catalan derby between the two sides, where he joked on Movistar +: "I have more money than Espanyol's budget this year. Nope, not just €57 million, it's plenty more than that."

Espanyol hit back, however, highlighting their club values -- including the tribute...

Barcelona's Pique criticises anti-Spanish chanting in Catalonia's win over Venezuela

Gerard Pique's 10th match for Catalonia was his first since retiring from Spain's national team.

Barcelona defender Gerard Pique said he told supporters making anti-Spanish chants to "shut up" as he returned to international football in Catalonia's 2-1 friendly victory over Venezuela.

Pique -- who retired from Spain's national team after the World Cup last year -- led out a side at Girona's Montilivi Stadium that also included former Barca stars Bojan Krkic, Marc Bartra, Aleix Vidal and Oriol Romeu.

However, the game's main talking point came when Pique, who has been a prominent speaker during...

Gerard Pique unapologetic over gesture at Real Madrid fans: 'I don't regret it'

Ivan Rakitic's goal, assisted by Lionel Messi, proved the difference against Real Madrid, giving Barca their second-straight El Clásico win.

Gerard Pique says his gesture towards Real Madrid supporters during Barcelona's 1-0 win on Saturday was aimed at "heating up" the atmosphere at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Ivan Rakitic scored the only goal of the game as Barca moved 12 points clear of Madrid in La Liga just three days after knocking them out of the Copa del Rey.

The game briefly threatened to get out of control on the stroke of half-time when Sergio Ramos' stray arm caught Lionel Messi in the face.

Ramos avoided punishment but Pique...