Barcelona captain Andrés Iniesta recieves the Mandela Centenary Trophy from dignitaries after winning against Mamelodi Sundown during a friendly match on May 16, 2018 at FNB Soccer Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa. / AFP / PHILL MAGAKOE
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It will be a weekend of goodbyes in Spain as the Liga season draws to a close, with Barcelona's Andres Iniesta and Atletico Madrid's Fernando Torres set to play their last games for their boyhood clubs.Champions Barca will look to give Iniesta the perfect send-off when they host Real Sociedad on Sunday in La Liga's final round of matches.Barca lost their first league game of the season last weekend away to Levante, denying them the chance to finish the campaign unbeaten.Europa League winners Atletico host mid-table Eibar on Sunday before saying goodbye to Torres, whose second spell with the club finishes at the end of this season when his contract expires.Champions League finalists Real Madrid, who will finish third behind Barca and Atletico Madrid, travel to Villarreal on Saturday.
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