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How decisions impacted Barca draw at Valencia and their chances at the title

The ESPN FC crew weigh in on how the 'ghost goal' in Barcelona's 1-1 draw against Valencia affected the rest of the game.

The Mestalla on Sunday night, La Liga leaders against their closest pursuers: Barcelona visiting Valencia.

It was intense, it was cacophonous, it provided entertainment of all shapes and sizes. But it didn't provide Barca with the knockout blow that a victory would surely have signified for Los Che, Real Madrid and Atletico in the pursuing pack.

In the aftermath of the high-class contest, we were left with the evidence of how decision-making can add drama, pathos, anger, self-sacrifice and,...

Valencia and Barcelona settle for draw in controversial top-of-the-table clash

The ESPN FC crew weigh in on how the 'ghost goal' in Barcelona's 1-1 draw against Valencia affected the rest of the game.
Lionel Messi was denied a goal after Neto fumbled, but Jordi Alba earned Barca a draw with his volley in the 82nd minute.

VALENCIA, Spain -- Three quick thoughts from Barcelona's 1-1 draw at Valencia on Sunday at the Mestalla.

1. Valencia, Barcelona play out thrilling draw

The tussle for top spot in La Liga took several turns on Sunday as the top two -- Barcelona and Valencia, respectively -- played out an entertaining and controversial draw.

Rodrigo opened the scoring, cashing in on a Jose Gaya cross in the second half, but only after Barca had been left fuming by the referee's failure to award a Lionel Messi...

 By Sid Lowe

Resurgent Valencia to have credentials tested when Barcelona visit Mestalla

Ahead of the clash between La Liga's top two, ESPN FC's Sid Lowe explains why Barcelona aren't underestimating Valencia.

First he got injured, pulling a muscle at Real Sociedad; then he got suspended, sent to the stands at Espanyol. On Sunday night, when Valencia play their most important game of the season so far, a match that will go some way to defining who they are, they'll be without their most important man.

Manager Marcelino García Toral will be forced to watch proceedings from an executive box at Mestalla, a square, glass-fronted cage containing the tiny, tidy little bundle of energy, who normally spends...

 By Andy Mitten

Loan life at Valencia and his Man Utd future -- Andreas Pereira talks to ESPN

Andreas Pereira joined Valencia on a season-long loan.
Andreas Pereira has scored one goal and has three assists in 10 Liga games this season.

VALENCIA, Spain -- Andreas Pereira is expected to play in La Liga's biggest game of the season so far on Sunday, when second-placed Valencia host leaders Barcelona.

Few expected Valencia, who Pereira joined on a season-long loan from Manchester United on transfer deadline day in August, to show such thrilling form. Los Che are six-time Spanish champions but have been an unstable, lurching giant in recent years, finishing 12th in each of the last two seasons and working through 12 coaches in five...

 By Shaka Hislop

Power Rankings: PSG still No. 1 ahead of Man City; Valencia up, Chelsea back

With their perfect starts still intact, the FC crew debate whether PSG or Manchester City are the better team in Europe.

The big movers this week are the surprise team in Spain, while England's champions and Italy's two make their presences felt.

Dropping out: Roma, Shakhtar, Juventus, Man United.

Agree? Disagree? Let us know and watch Shaka defend his picks on ESPN FC TV!

Shaka Hislop played for over 10 years in the Premier League and represented Trinidad and Tobago at the 2006 World Cup. Watch him on ESPN FC TV!

Barcelona are winning but not playing well ahead of Juventus, Valencia tests

Ahead of the clash between La Liga's top two, ESPN FC's Sid Lowe explains why Barcelona aren't underestimating Valencia.

The Spanish season has been so remarkable, so unpredictable and so topsy-turvy that few seem to have noticed Barcelona are posting record numbers despite playing quite poorly. If you are a Barca fan then there's ample excuse for being joyous about the situation and defensive in the face of constructive criticism.

From losing Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain in a comical manner to failing with the pursuit of key targets like Philippe Coutinho and Marco Verratti and being humiliated by Real Madrid in...