Champions League final
Barcelona 2 - Arsenal 1
Barcelona are European champions after coming from behind to beat ten men Arsenal 2-1! The Catalans trailed for much of the match, but late strikes from Eto'o and Belletti gave them the second Champions League title of their history.
Things seemed to be going Barça's way when Lehmann was sent off for bringing down Eto'o o the edge of the area, despite the fact that referee Terje Hauge inexplicably failed to play the advantage rule when Giuly ran the ball in to the net.
However the ten men took the lead shortly before the break when Campbell headed Henry's cross past Valdés, and minutes later Eto'o saw his shot turned on to the post by reserve keeper Almunia.
Valdés was forced to make a couple of important saves to stop the English side from increasing their lead after the restart, but with a quarter of an to go Larsson played on a long ball for Eto'o to run on and equalise.
That deflated their opponents, and five minutes later Belletti picked up another pass from Larsson to shoot through the legs of Almunia and wrap things up. (17.05.06)