Football Soccer - Espanyol v Barcelona - Spanish Liga BBVA -Cornella-El Prat stadium in Cornella de Llobregat, Spain - 2/1/16 Barcelona's Neymar (L) and Espanyol' Javi Lopez in action. REUTERS/Stringer
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Barcelona drew for a third time in four rounds of the Spanish league after being held to 0-0 at crosstown rival Espanyol on Saturday.Espanyol's defense limited Barcelona to Lionel Messi's free kick that hit the goal frame in the first half, and Luis Suarez's shot which went off the post 10 minutes into the second half.Espanyol ended a run of 11 straight games of at least one goal from a member of Barcelona's strike trio of Messi, Suarez and Neymar.Messi was next to fire a shot off a defender, before Hernan Perez created Espanyol's only scoring chance all alone when he dribbled by two Barcelona players before sending his shot just wide of the post.
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