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FC Barcelona News: 30 March 2015; Luis Suarez Takes Part in Charity Match, Barcelona B Pick Up One Point

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Part two of Xavi Hernández's memory test: Assists | FC Barcelona
In the first installment of the Xavi Hernandez memory test, the midfielder knew the goals and guessed the results of five of the 750 games he has played. In this second installment, Xavi tries to correctly recall five of his past assists and the final score of each match they came in.

Suarez steals the show at Anfield | Football Espana
Luis Suarez was the star of the show on his return to Anfield on Sunday to play in a charity match in aid of the Liverpool FC Foundation. The Barcelona star was introduced as a half-time substitute, along with another former Liverpool player Fernando Torres, and won the penalty that allowed Steven Gerrard to level from the penalty spot as the game ended in a 2-2 draw.

Neymar wins the duel with Claudio Bravo | FC Barcelona
Brazil and Chile have met at the Emirates Stadium in London with Neymar and Claudio Bravo captaining their respective national sides. The Brazilians came out on top thanks to a goal from striker Roberto Firmino who had come on as a substitute in the second half. He collected a long pass from the back to then take the ball around the Barça keeper and score the only goal of the game in the 71st minute of the encounter.

Training schedule for this week | FC Barcelona
As the squad’s international players return to Barcelona this week, Luis Enrique will begin preparations for Sunday’s trip to Vigo to face Celta, as the team aim to maintain their lead at the top of La Liga following the win over Real Madrid.

Lionel Messi top in 2015 with Cristiano Ronaldo 29th - CIES study - ESPN FC
Lionel Messi has been the best performing forward in Europe's elite leagues in 2015, according to a CIES Football Observatory study, while it ranked Cristiano Ronaldo only 29th among forwards. The CIES study assessed players in La Liga, the Premier League, the Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and Serie A according to six Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) -- shooting, chance creation, take-ons, distribution, recovery and rigour.

Taxman chases Barca midfielder Xavi | Football Espana
Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernandez is being investigated by the Spanish tax authorities, according to La Vanguardia. The report claims the 35-year-old owes up to €4m in taxes connected to his image rights and money paid to his representatives by the club. The Barcelona legend is the latest in a long line of players to come under scrutiny for unpaid taxes in Spain, with teammate Lionel Messi the most high profile of them.

Barça Fans 'Face to Face' is coming back | FC Barcelona
The Barça Fans section ‘Face to Face’ will be back soon more videos in which the FC Barcelona players show just how well they know their team mates. As such, in pairs, the blaugrana players have to decide if their partner’s statements about their careers are true or false. Consequently, the fans can find out a little more about the Barça players and be entertained at the same time.

Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin explains switch from Barcelona - ESPN FC
Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin has said he is unsure if he would have made the grade if he had stayed at Barcelona and is pleased to have been given a chance by Arsene Wenger. Bellerin, 20, has deputised for the injured Mathieu Debuchy this season and has looked comfortable despite having started the season without a Premier League appearance to his name.