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Tito Vilanova's side romped to an easy 4-1 win over Malaga, securing three points and a place in history as only the second team to finish a La Liga campaign in triple figures. The fixture held at the Camp Nou marked final appearances for Barcelona's Eric Abidal, with Malaga manager Manuel Pellegrini also widely expected to confirm a move to Manchester City in the coming days.
Jose Mourinho bade farewell to the supporters at the Santiago Bernabeau after watching Real Madrid beat Osasuna 4-2, while neighbours Atletico Madrid consigned Zaragoza to relegation after Diego Simeone's men recorded a 3-1 victory.
The battle for the fourth and final Champions League spot was sealed by Real Sociedad with a slim 1-0 win over Deportivo La Coruna, a result which also led to the latter dropping down to the second division, as Valencia lost out in a seven-goal thriller against Sevilla. It was similarly heart-breaking for Mallorca, after Celta Vigo's 1-0 victory over Espanyol meant that a 4-2 win for Gregorio Manzano's team against Valladolid did nothing for their hopes of staying in La Liga.
Meanwhile, Betis and Rayo Vallecano were held to draws by Levante and Athletic Bilbao respectively, with Granada picking up three points against Getafe with a 2-0 victory.
The players are lined-up in a 4-3-3 formation in FOX SPORTS's final La Liga Team of the Week this season.
GK: Daniel Aranzubia (Deportivo La Coruna)
The only player featured in this week's honour roll that will not be playing in La Liga next season, Aranzubia might have ended up on the losing side in Deportivo's fixture against Sociedad, but he single-handedly ensured the score-line remained respectable.
Sociedad duo Antoine Griezmann and Imanol Agirretxe ran rings around the defenders tasked to protect Aranzubai's goal, leaving the custodian to pull off desperate saves throughout the game to keep out all but one of Griezmann's numerous attempts.
RB: Martin Montoya (Barcelona)
It is not often that a Barcelona defender receives the privilege of scoring one of the best goals in a match, what with the host of star-studded attackers playing in front of him. However, there can be no denying that young Montoya's stunning 20-yard strike from the edge of the area was worthy of that accolade.
The full-back did not look out of place in front of Jose Manuel Pinto's goalmouth either, which should prove to be slightly assuring for Vilanova, with critics disparaging the Barcelona defence in recent months.
LB: Nikos Karabelas (Levante)
Known for putting in pin-point crosses from his berth at left-back, Karabelas did exactly what was required during the game against Betis, serving the ball on a silver platter for team-mate Pedro Rios to score the opening goal.
Levante failed to claim three points in that game after Betis struck back via Jorge Molina, but Karabelas's stunning delivery was undoubtedly one of the highlights of the match.
CB: Allan Nyom (Granada)
Granada's opponents Getafe needed three points to be in contention for a place in the Europa League, but Nyom and his team-mates were not in a charitable moon.
The defender worked hard to keep rival forward Alvaro Vasquez quiet, forcing the Spaniard to contend with nothing more than half-chances for most of the game, before Nyom went above and beyond to set-up team-mate Youssef El Arabi for Granada's second goal.
CB: Joao Miranda (Atletico Madrid)
Whilst there was nothing left to play for in the game between Zaragoza and Atletico, it was not enough to stop Miranda from turning in a model performance from his position in the heart of defence. The Brazilian put his body in the line to break down Zaragoza's attacks throughout the match, including a memorable block of Henri Bienvenu's shot from six yards out.
CM: Michael Essien (Real Madrid)
In Mourinho's final game as Los Blancos manager, one of his favourite footballing sons ensured he went out with a bang.
Essien, set to join the Portuguese once he takes the helm at Chelsea, got proceedings started at the Santiago Bernabeu by threading a through pass for the departing Gonzalo Higuain to open the scoring, before the midfielder got a goal of his own from a Mesut Ozil corner.
CM: Andres Iniesta (Barcelona)
The Spanish international has not achieved a respectable goal return this season, but his performance against Malaga demonstrated just why his position in the Barcelona line-up remains an unassailable one.
A fine through pass from Iniesta set up David Villa for the game's first goal, before the attacking midfielder linked up with Cesc Fabregas for a quick one-two to assist the former Arsenal man in scoring the team's second goal. Iniesta also managed to grab a goal of his own for good measure, launching a shot from outside the penalty area that Willy Caballero simply could not get to.
CM: Mesut Ozil (Real Madrid)
With Essien's industry powering the midfield, Ozil was given the perfect platform to demonstrate his flair on the ball. The German player tormented the Osasuna defence at will, taking them on the dribble and fooling them with his incisive passes to both Higuain and Karim Benzema.
Ozil, who was involved in the team's second and third goals, was then given a fully deserved standing ovation from the home fans when he was substituted.
ST: Alvaro Negredo (Sevilla)
Scoring four goals against Champions League hopefuls Valencia is by no means an easy feat, but Negredo did just that. Although Los Che took the lead early on, Negredo scored a quick-fire double four minutes before half-time to ensure that Valencia fans would be sweating in their seats during the interval.
The sending off of Jonas Oliveira during first half injury time only served to simplify Negredo task and he completed his quartet of goals just past the hour mark to burst their opponents' dreams of finishing in the top four.
ST: Diego Costa (Atletico Madrid)
Zaragoza were dumped out of La Liga after defeat against Atletico and Costa was the man who hammered most of the nails into the opposition's coffin.
The Brazilian kept Zaragoza goalkeeper Leo Franco busy throughout the game and his industry upfront was rewarded with a rare injury-time brace, as the forward struck twice in the span of two minutes to relegate their rivals to the second division.
ST: Karim Benzema (Real Madrid)
Benzema linked up superbly with attacking colleagues Higuain and Ozil during Los Blancos' last game of the season, proving himself a menace to the Osasuna defence whenever he got on the ball,
Just when it looked like the opposition was about to ruin Mourinho's final game in charge with a spirited fight-back, the Frenchman prodded Real back into the lead midway through the second half, before a brilliant interplay between himself and Higuain set up team-mate Jose Callejon to wrap up three points.