Atlético: Courtois; Juanfran, Miranda,
Godín, Insúa; Gabi, Tiago; Koke, Adrián (Oliver Torres
75'), Arda Turan (Cristian Rodríguez 63'); Falcao (Diego Costa 67').
Barcelona: Pinto; Dani Alves (Marc Bartra 41'), Piqué, Adriano (David Villa 59'), Jordi Alba; Cesc Fàbregas, Alex Song (Busquets 59'), Iniesta; Alexis, Messi, Tello. 4-3-3.
1-0. 51. Falcao. Fired shot past Pinto after Gabi passed to him from ground.
1-1. 72. Alexis. Picked up Fàbregas return pass and poked shot past Courtois.
1-2. 79. Gabi (own goal). Deflected ball in to own net following David Villa shot.
Yellow cards: Alexis 73', Fàbregas 74', Insúa 89'.
Barcelona celebrated their 22nd league title with a 1-2 victory at Atlético Madrid on Sunday evening, and they could go on to the 100 point mark if they can win their three remaining matches. Tito Vilanova's side were confirmed as champions 24 hours earlier when Real Madrid failed to beat Barça's city neighbours Espanyol, and the Atlético Madrid players applauded them on to the park according to tradition. With Atletico themselves already assured of third spot, and with the Spanish cup final coming up next Friday, neither side exerted themselves too much in the first half, the best chances an early shot by Falcao which Pinto dealt with comfortably, and a shot just wide of the post by Tello shortly before the break. Tello also had a penalty appeal turned down when Godín tripped him in the area, but six minutes after the restart the locals took the lead when Falcao finished off after Gabi passed through to him whilst lying on the ground. Barcelona were left with ten men when Messi limped off with another injury after all three substitutions had been made, but soon afterwards Alexis made it all square after picking up a return pass from Fàbregas, and seven minutes later Tello laid the ball back for Villa, whose shot hit Gabi and deflected back in to the net.