Barca beat United 3-1 to earn their third Champions League title in six seasons.
FC Barcelona and Manchester United, the two biggest football clubs in the world, will be gunning for their fourth European Cup when they collide in the UEFA Champions League final this Saturday (May 28, 2011) at London’s iconic Wembley Stadium.
UPDATE: Barca advanced into the Champions League final Tuesday night following a 1-1 draw and 3-1 aggregate win over Madrid.
UPDATE: Lionel Messi scored two late goals as the Blaugrana took a big step towards the Champions League final with a 2-0 first-leg victory over Real. Messi’s double at the Bernabeu moved him on to 11 in the competition this season.
UPDATE: Cristiano Ronaldo’s 81st-minute penalty kick allowed Real to claim a 1-1 stalemate against Barca. The draw keeps the Catalans eight points ahead of Jose Mourinho’s side with six games remaining in the season.
UPDATE: Barca routed Shakhtar 5-1, thanks to goals from Andres Iniesta, Dani Alves, Gerard Pique, Seydou Keita and Xavi Hernandez.
UPDATE: Wayne Rooney’s first-half goal and two Edwin van der Sar saves helped the Red Devils win the all-English quarter-final.
UPDATE: Lionel Messi scored twice as Barca defeated Arsenal, 3-1, to win their round of 16 Champions League series, 4-3 on aggregate.
Pedro scored twice as Barca beat Levante 2-1 to provisionally move five points clear of fierce rivals Real Madrid.
Barca youngsters Andreu Fontas and Victor Vazquez scored in a 2-0 victory over Rubin Kazan to ensure the Catalan giants ended the group phase unbeaten.