Messi reacts following a goal scored by Leganes’ Unai Lopez.
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Title hopefuls Barcelona need to capitalize on a rare lapse by Real Madrid if they are to take full advantage of Valencia's midweek success against La Liga leaders. The Catalan club must prevail at in-form Atletico Madrid Sunday to step up the pressure on their rivals, whose 2-1 defeat at Valencia Wednesday was their second of the season.Real's defeat at a struggling Valencia, however, has given Barca an opportunity to move top of the standings, at least for a few hours.Atletico handed Barcelona a scare earlier this month in the King's Cup semifinals when they drew 1-1 in the second leg at the Camp Nou, although Barca reached the final 3-2 on aggregate.
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