UEFA Champions League

  • Álvaro Morata 55’
  • 4’ I. Rakitić
  • 68’ L. Suárez
  • 90’ Neymar
0 Extra Time 0
1 Full Time 3
0 Half Time 1
07/06/2015
Final
Olympiastadion
Attendance 70,442

    Timeline

    • KICK OFF
    • 90'
      G Neymar Assist Iniesta
    • 90'
      Pedro provided the assist.
    • 90'
      NEYMAR SEALS IT! Everyone gets forward as Buffon delivers a free kick from inside his own end, but Barcelona deal with the threat and break three against one. Pedro rolls a pass to Neymar on the right and he finally gets his goal. It's certainly over now!
    • 90'
      SI Pedro SO Iniesta
    • 90'
      L. Suárez is replaced with Pedro.
    • 90'
      We go past the alloted five minutes of stoppage time, but it hardly matters as Barcelona manage to keep the ball near the corner flag following a free kick. Alves goes down after taking a boot in the face, but the right-back is called for a handball.
    • 90'
      CORNER! That's the last thing Juventus needed as a mesmerizing drive forward from Messi on the counter allows him to play Neymar through. The Brazilian tries to play a return pass, but it's blocked behind by Barzagli for a corner - and now Barcelona will make their final change to run more precious
    • HALF TIME
    • 90'
      STRAIGHT AT TER STEGEN! You can hardly fault Tevez for trying, because he is more than capable, but the Argentine ignores the teammates to his left as he tries to go for goal himself from 25-yards out, but sends a shot safely into the waiting arms of Ter Stegen.
    • 90'
      SI J. Mathieu SO Iniesta
    • 90'
      I. Rakitić is replaced with J. Mathieu.
    • 0'
      I am Alex Moretto and it has been an absolute pleasure bringing you all the action tonight from Berlin. This is me signing off as the 2014/15 season in European football draws to an end in wonderful style. Until next time, good bye!
    • 0'
      UP GOES THE TROPHY! Xavi leads the celebration, a fitting end to his Barcelona career. A moment to savour for these players who put so much effort into this season to secure a treble which has eluded many of the best clubs in history. It's Barcelona's night in Berlin!
    • 0'
      And up come the champions! For many of these Barcelona players it is not their first Champions League success, but the moment is always special. Luis Suarez, the fierce competitor whose goal secured the victory, can hardly contain his emotion as he straps the medal around his neck.
    • 0'
      Juventus are waiting to receive their runners-up medals, but they hardly seem eager to stick around. A heartfelt embrace between Xavi and Pirlo, two legends of the game nearing the end of their careers, makes for a truely sporting moment ahead of the trophy presentation.
    • 0'
      Tears are flowing down the face of Andrea Pirlo, which just has to break your heart - regardless of the team you support. The legendary Italian midfielder knows this very well may have been his last appearance in the final of the competition and he is struggling to accept the defeat.
    • 0'
      Heartbreak for Juventus as they need consoling out on the pitch, but the celebrations have just begun for Barcelona - the first team to win the treble twice in their history!
    • 0'
      BARCELONA ARE YOUR 2014/15 CHAMPIONS LEAGUE WINNERS!
    • 0'
      Juventus are certainly still in this game. There is no need for them to change their tactics with 45 minutes still remaining for them to find an equalizer. They have to introduce more width to their play in attack. Pogba has done a decent job on the left, but Lichtsteiner and Marchisio have had thei
    • 0'
      The last 12 European finals featuring a team from La Liga have all been won by Spanish clubs. The last time an outfit from the Premiera Division lost a European final was the 2001 Champions League when Valencia fell on penalties against Bayern Munich.
    • 0'
      HALF TIME: JUVENTUS 0-1 BARCELONA. Rakitic's early goal gives the Blaugrana a lead to take with them into the break, but it's been a fairly even contest after 45 minutes. Enrique's side have carved out the better chances in attack, but they were short-lived as Juventus have settled down nicely to ke
    • 0'
      Pleasantries have been exchanged - including a lovely embrace between the two managers - the players are in position and the tension in the stadium has hit a boiling point. Settle in, grab a beverage and take a deep breath – the fun is just beginning.
    • 0'
      The pre-match festivities are well-received by this capacity crowd of close to 75,000 fans, but the artistry and pageantry is simply an appetizer to the eagerly awaited main course. A passionate delivery of the Champions League anthem – the last of the 2014/15 season – echoes through the stadium. Th
    • 0'
      Speaking of being in charge, Cuneyt Cakir is our referee tonight and he is no stranger to the grand scene. The Turkish arbitrator acted as the fourth official in Real Madrid’s La Decima triumph just a short year ago and tonight he takes centre stage, accompanied by fellow countrymen Bahattin Duran a
    • 0'
      Luis Enrique also has a poor record against Juventus, as well as Allegri. The current Barcelona boss lost twice and drew once against the Bianconeri when he was in charge of Roma in 2011/12. He also lost both league fixtures against Allegri’s Milan that season. Both coaches have losing records again
    • 0'
      Much has been made about Massimiliano Allegri’s poor record against Barcelona as a coach (W1, D3, L4). Stats like this can be thrown out the window, in my opinion. The teams were very different then, as was the stage. Anything can happen in a final – it’s why we play the games. And with just 90 minu
    • 0'
      And of course we all remember the biting incident less than a year ago, when Luis Suarez tried to take a nice chunk out of Italy and Juventus centre-back Giorgio Chiellini. Well, he's out today which is an absolute shame, but it will be interesting to see how his teammates - especially those who wer
    • 0'
      Now back to Evra for a second. I'm sure we all remember the incident between him and Luis Suarez? The Uruguayan was accused of racially abusing the left-back back in his Premier League days and they had a lively confrontation when the striker refused to shake his hand in the lead up to a match betwe
    • 0'
      With 14 combined appearances in the prestigious competition – seven a side – this marks the first time Barcelona and Bayern Munich have faced off in the Champions League final. This is not the first head-to-head meeting on the big stage for some of these players, however. Gerard Pique, Jordi Alba, X
    • 0'
      But there is no need to wait for the conclusion of the 90 minutes to etch this day in the football archives. History will be made with the opening kick-off as this is the first ever Champions League final held in the month of June. It is also the first to take place in Berlin, at the Olympiastadion.
    • 0'
      Only seven teams have won the treble in history and no club has ever done so twice – an opportunity presenting itself to the Blaugrana here today. The most recent Spanish team to do so was Barcelona themselves in 2008-09, while Inter were the last Italian club to write history the following season.
    • 0'
      Three is the magic number this evening. Tres. Tre. Drei. No matter where you are from or what language you speak, the number remains the same. Three, or as us football folk would rather refer to it: treble. Barcelona and Juventus are chasing the magical treble, a rarity in footballing history. Both
    • 0'
      For me, the key figure in the match is Patrice Evra. It seems ridiculous to put the spotlight on such a player, with all due respect to the Frenchman, in a match filled with some of the best players in the world - but he could well hold the key to the Bianconeri’s hopes of pulling the upset. The lef
    • 0'
      It’s absurd when you really think about it to hinge the vast majority of a team’s hopes on their defensive unit when said club boasts the likes of Carlos Tevez, Alvaro Morata Paul Pogba, Arturo Vidal, Claudio Marchisio and Andrea Pirlo in attack, but that is the reality of the task at hand. That isn
    • 0'
      Now off to Allegri’s touchline. Juventus were seemingly unable to contact the witch doctor – who made a name for himself in the 2014 World Cup – in time for a miraculous recovery for Giorgio Chiellini. He will be deputized by Andrea Barzagli. The Juventus back line shut down the likes of Cristiano R
    • 0'
      Xavi starts on the bench, as expected, but you can bet he'll be making an appearance at some point in the second half in what will be an emotional farewell for the midfielder after an illustrious 17 years with the senior team and an incredible 24 in the Barcelona system. There is no room for defende
    • 0'
      The front three are buoyed by an idealistic combination of strength, experience and flair in midfield, provided by the likes of Sergio Busquets, Andres Iniesta and Ivan Rakitic. The trio will have no easy task against the Bianconeri who pack an equally impressive punch in the middle of the park. Rig
    • 0'
      Let's start in the Spanish dugout, shall we? A full complement of players is available for Luis Enrique, which is a rarity at this point in the season. To the surprise of absolutely no one, Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez spearhead the Barcelona attack in what is arguably the most feared trio i
    • 0'
      JUVENTUS SUBS: Storari, Ogbonna, Padoin, Sturaro, Pereyra, Coman, Llorente.
    • 0'
      BARCELONA SUBS: Bravo, Bartra, Mathieu, Adriano, Xavi, Rafinha, Pedro.
    • 0'
      JUVENTUS (4-4-2): Buffon; Lichtsteiner, Barzagli, Bonucci, Evra; Pirlo, Marchisio, Pogba, Vidal; Tevez, Morata.
    • 0'
      BARCELONA (4-3-3): Ter Stegen; Alves, Pique, Mascherano, Alba; Busquets, Rakitic, Iniesta; Messi, Neymar, Suarez.
    • 0'
      I’ll leave no stone unturned as I get you hyped for the biggest match of the 2014-15 season, but before we waltz our way through every nook and cranny of the contest, let us take a look at the team’s for tonight’s encounter.
    • 0'
      This promises to be an incredible evening of football ahead of us as, regardless of who is left celebrating at the final whistle, one of these two teams will become just the eighth club in history to complete the elusive treble.
    • 0'
      It's Barcelona. It's Juventus. It's the Olympiastadion in Berlin. It's the Champions League Final. The scene is undoubtedly set for what promises to be yet another thrilling chapter in this illustrious competition as we are just one hour away from kick-off. I am Alex Moretto and I am thrilled to tak
    • 1'
      And we are off! The quest for the treble is underway on Europe’s biggest stage...
    • 3'
      Early pressure from Juventus seems to have caught much of the fans in attendance by surprise. The Italian outfit enjoy a lively start as they venture forward and win a corner. Evra, a man I've spoke plenty about in the build-up, rises to meet it but doesn't get enough on his header before Messi drib
    • 4'
      G I. Rakitić Assist Iniesta
    • 4'
      The assist came from Iniesta.
    • 4'
      DREAM START FOR BARCELONA WHO TAKE AN EARLY LEAD! They couldn't have scripted it any better! A spectacular ball forward from Messi is controlled wonderfully by Alba. The defender lays it off for Neymar, who plays it through for Iniesta after a bit of trickery. Barcelona's maestro rolls a pass across
    • 6'
      After such a positive start for Juventus, it is just incredible to see how calm Barcelona were to react. Their experience on the big stage no doubt plays a part in that, but I don't even think they envisioned grabbing a goal that quickly - and it's Ivan Rakitic who gets it, named man of the match in
    • 8'
      END-TO-END STUFF! A ball over the top for Neymar is played into the area first-time, but Lichtsteiner blocks it with his arm. The referee says there was little he could do about it as he denies Barcelona a penalty. Juventus storm back through Morata, who shows some wonderful skill on the right befor
    • 10'
      The pace of this match has been absolutely superb through the first 10 minutes. It's played out close to the opposite of what many expected, but the high tempo certainly has to favour Barcelona. Juventus need to do a better job of suffocating the Spanish outfit in possession, though this early defic
    • 11'
      A. Vidal is yellow-carded.
    • 11'
      Vidal is a bit overzealous early on here, perhaps overjoyed by the prospect of becoming the first ever Chilean to lift the Champions League trophy. A plethora of fouls sees him pick up a warning, but it doesn't last long as he arrives late at the feet of Busquets and is shown the first yellow card o
    • 13'
      MESMERIZING! Messi is in fine form, as we all expected. The Argentine shows a bit of trickery atop the area before delivering a teasing ball for Neymar at the far post, but it's just out of reach of the Brazilian who cannot direct an effort on target.
    • 15'
      GAME-SAVER! Barcelona are running riot in Berlin and Juventus are showing no signs of slowing them down. Suarez makes a good run into the area from the right and squares a pass up for Alves. The right-back sends a well-placed shot destined for the near corner, but Buffon reacts brilliantly to get a
    • 16'
      The chances are coming fast and furious for Barcelona. A well-worked corner kick, straight from the training ground, sees Rakitic roll a pass into the box to pick out the run of Alba, but the left-back lifts his shot over the bar. Danger averted, for now.
    • 18'
      Juventus seem to  have weathered the early storm, although they did not come out unscathed. Allegri's men are enjoying an encouraging period of possession in the attacking half, patiently working the ball around near the halfway line, though they are showing precious little ability to break down thi
    • 20'
      VITAL INTERVENTION! Great counter-attacking play from Juventus. Suarez is dispossessed atop the penalty area and Pirlo turns well before starting Tevez forward. The Argentine links up with Morata, who plays Pogba through on the left, but the Frenchman's ball into the area for Tevez is knocked behind
    • 22'
      Vidal seriously needs to cool his jets. Someone has to go over and speak to him before it's too late. The midfielder, already on a yellow card, is called for a foul on the right and then proceeds to swing an arm carelessly into the back of the head of Alves before waving a finger in his face. Tensio
    • 24'
      A CHANCE FROM NOTHING! The build-up play was minimal there, but a few quick passes present Morata with a shooting chance from inside the area. The Spaniard was the hero against Real Madrid, but he can't replicate that with this latest chance as he curls a shot wide of the far post under pressure fro
    • 25'
      LOVELY HIT! Juventus have upped the tempo themselves now as they try to keep Barcelona pinned in their own end. A Pogba cross is controlled by Alba who looks to break, but some tremendous work ethic from Morata sees him dispossess the left-back from behind. The ball rolls straight to Marchisio who h
    • 27'
      Lichtsteiner absolutely must get closer to Neymar. The Brazilian is being afforded too much space out on the left and Messi is sending the ball in his direction with every chance he gets. The latest attack follows a similar path, but as Neymar cuts it onto his right, he can't generate enough power b
    • 29'
      Pressure is back at the other end yet again. It's remarkable how this match has taken on distinct phases with each team generating good periods of attacking presence before finding themselves on their heels in defence. Pirlo shows his class as he doesn't fall for Messi's trickery, knocking the ball
    • 31'
      The pace has fizzled out significantly and we have entered a bit of a cagey period. Successive fouls committed by Juventus allow Barcelona to keep possession, but the Bianconeri back line has looked much more comfortable as they are unquestionably settled into the match now.
    • 33'
      Barcelona seem to be playing a little bit too relaxed with just the one-goal lead. Juventus have certainly been playing well, but they need to find a bit more inventiveness in attack. It's become a very even match, and with the Blaugrana showing a few vulnerabilities, the Bianconeri have a real chan
    • 35'
      Juventus win a corner, an area Barcelona have struggled with at times this season, but the Italian outfit shockingly opt to play it short. The ball is kept on the left flank before a poor delivery is collected easily by Ter Stegen.
    • 37'
      PENALTY? Tevez holds off the challenge of Pique before rolling a ball into the path of Pogba who bursts into the area. Alba sticks a leg in and certainly makes contact as the Frenchman goes to ground. The referee immediately waves away claims and the Juventus players proceed to crowd him at the next
    • 39'
      Well, scoreline aside, Juventus have to be given the upper hand with how they have taken over in the last 10 minutes. Barcelona's attacking trio have seen very little of the ball since the half-hour mark, which is certainly an encouraging sign. The Spanish outfit have defended admirably, however, as
    • 40'
      BUFFON AGAIN! This one wasn't as difficult a stop, but the build-up was certainly promising from Barcelona. Neymar does well to hold the ball up and roll it into the path of the Suarez on the left. He curls a shot at goal, but it's too close to the keeper as Buffon gets his hands to it to knock it b
    • 41'
      Messi is coming to life again as we enter the final five minutes of the first half. He does well to dribble his way through midfield, fending off a challenge before Pogba is finally forced to tug his shirt from behind to stop the move. That's always going to be a yellow card.
    • 43'
      WHO'S THERE?! Neymar continues to run rampant on the left, reading the play well to pounce on the ball and deliver a cross into the centre where Suarez is waiting unmarked. The delivery is too high for the Uruguay international to get a head to, but it rolls toward the far post invitingly - only no
    • 45'
      Wonderful defending from Bonucci! Messi makes another one of his dazzling runs into the area, eluding the challenge of two defenders. Bonucci stays with him, however, and a timely slide prevents a cross from getting in as the ball rolls behind for a goal kick. That is the last of the action in this
    • 46'
      Here we go again! Settle in for what promises to be an exciting and tense final 45 minutes.
    • 47'
      Barcelona start the second half on the front foot, buoyed by Messi's wonderful run into the area. No one changes pace quite like him. He eludes a challenge and slides a pass into the feet of Suarez, but the striker is smother by four Juventus defenders before he fumbles the ball out of play.
    • 49'
      SPECTACULAR FROM BUFFON! Following a Juventus corner, Barcelona break on a promising counter attack, five against three. Rakitic bursts forward in possession with the Bianconeri treading water, before sliding a pass into the path of Suarez on the left, but Buffon dives across to keep out the Uruguay
    • 51'
      EXQUISITE! That's the first time we've really seen this classic Barcelona attacking style jump to the forefront! Messi goes on another one of his bewildering runs forward and a pair of cleverly-worked one-twos presents the Argentine with a shooting chance just inside the top of the area... but he li
    • 53'
      With the way Barcelona, and particularily Lionel Messi, have started this second half, you wouldn't bet against them getting a second. The Argentine has scored in both of his Champions League final appearances, three of four Copa del Rey finals and two of three Club World Cup finals - all with Barce
    • 55'
      G Álvaro Morata Assist Iniesta
    • 55'
      PARITY RESTORED IN BERLIN AND IT'S MORATA AGAIN! The Spaniard is resurrecting his career in Italy and he can't stop scoring in the Champions League! Marchisio starts the move with a delightful back-heel into the path of Lichtsteiner. The right-back rolls a pass across for Tevez in the centre, but hi
    • 57'
      Well you really couldn't script it any better, could you? Alvaro Morata, a forgotten man at Real Madrid has burst onto the scene in the final phase of the Champions League to haunt his native country's two biggest clubs. It's all level in Berlin now and this is anyone's game!
    • 59'
      This is a very important period for both teams now, as is always the case after a goal is scored. Juventus smell blood, but they have to be careful not to leave themselves exposed at the back, while Barcelona desperately need to regain their composure and get back to dictating the tempo.
    • 61'
      BACK AND FORTH THEY GO! A tremendous ball forward from Pirlo presents Pogba with a chance, but a few too many passes from Juventus see the attack fizzle out. Barcelona break swiftly on the counter, but again the final ball is lacking as Buffon watches the ball roll safely behind for a goal kick.
    • 63'
      INCHES AWAY! He has 29 goals already this season and Tevez nearly adds to that tally here! Juventus have a real spring in their step following Morata's equalizer and you get the sense that the belief is really growing in their squad. The Argentine takes a pass atop the area and drives a shot at goal
    • 65'
      RELENTLESS PRESSURE! It's all Juventus now as we approach the 70-minute mark! Barcelona seem shell-shocked and the Bianconeri are taking advantage. Their latest foray into attack presents Pogba with a shooting chance atop the area, but his strike bounces safely into the arms of Ter Stegen.
    • 66'
      This is worrying for Barcelona! Lionel Messi was left moving quite gingerly following their last attack at the one-hour mark, and he's being battered and bruised every time he gets the ball now. A hard challenge from Marchisio leaves him pleading for a foul, but the contact was clean and nothing is
    • 67'
      PENALTY APPEALS DENIED! Pogba is absolutely mauled inside the penalty area by Alves as he tries to turn and shoot from in close. That was a rugby-style tackle there from the Brazilian defender, but the referee decides there was enough jostling between the two of them to let it go - and it might be t
    • 68'
      G L. Suárez Assist Iniesta
    • 68'
      FROM VILLAIN TO HERO! LUIS SUAREZ RESTORES BARCELONA'S LEAD! This was all Messi in the build-up. Vintage Lionel Messi, in fact. He drives forward, forcing the defenders back and strikes for goal. Buffon gets down to keep it out but Suarez pounces on the rebound past a flat-footed Evra to drive it in
    • 70'
      L. Suárez receives a yellow card.
    • 70'
      It didn't look at all likely! It's come completely against the run of play, but that is the beauty and romanticism of football. Belief was coursing through the veins of this Juventus side, pressing for a winner. Pogba is denied a penalty at one end and back the other way comes the best player in the
    • 72'
      BARCELONA DENIED A THIRD! Celebrations cut short for the Spanish outfit! Alba makes an encouraging run into the area and chips the perfect cross in for Neymar, but the Brazilian heads the ball off his hand and into the back of the net. It was far from deliberate, but that would have been really hars
    • 74'
      CRUCIAL FROM EVRA! Some pinball in the defensive end for Juventus presents the ball back to Barcelona, and a clever through ball seems to have Suarez behind the defence. Evra shows impressive pace for his age, however, sliding in from behind at the vital moment to sniff out the chance.
    • 76'
      Juventus have to be very, very careful here. Pique sprints half the length of the pitch following a corner as Barcelona attack via the counter. The chance fizzles out, but pressure is kept on by Neymar who wins his side a free kick in a very dangerous position from less than 25-yards out to the left
    • 77'
      Well that's a letoff for Juventus. Messi is angry with himself as he eyes up the free kick, but lifts his effort well over the bar. That one was always rising, never threatening to hit the target.
    • 78'
      SI Xavi SO Iniesta
    • 78'
      A temporary break from football as everyone in attendance can appreciate the magnitude of what has just happened. Barcelona make the first change of the match, and as expected, Xavi comes on to make his final appearance after 24-years with the club. Iniesta gives way and straps the captain's armband
    • 79'
      SI R. Pereyra SO Iniesta
    • 79'
      R. Pereyra enters the game and replaces A. Vidal.
    • 80'
      WASTED OPPORTUNITY! Neymar is played through into acres of space on the right and the flag stays down. He has all the time and space in the world to pick out a pass, and does so for Messi, but the Argentine fails to sort out his feet as he never does get a shot off.
    • 82'
      Barcelona are keeping Juventus in the game with some poor finishing. Pressure stays on following a free kick and Rakitic sends a lovely cushioned ball in for Pique. The defender has time at the near post but gets it all wrong as he blasts an effort over the bar!
    • 84'
      Third goal or not, Barcelona are looking very comfortable as they try and see this lead through to the final whistle. They are controlling possession and dictating the tempo as Juventus start to get sloppy as they go about trying to win the ball back. The foul count is rising and with each whistle,
    • 85'
      SI Llorente SO Iniesta
    • 85'
      Well there will be no storybook ending for Morata as his night comes to an end with five minutes remaining. A goal in a final is always something you will remember, but those memories aren't nearly as fond without a victory. On to replace him is countryman Fernando Llorento who has played 20 matches
    • 87'
      Scary moments here as Suarez lands awkwardly as he tries to bring a ball down under pressure from Bonucci. It looked very painful as he kind of twists his ankle in the process, but he's popped up after a minute or so on the ground and he should be fine to continue.
    • 88'
      Pereyra can't sort his footing! Llorente makes his presence felt, holding the ball up inside the area and rolling a pass into the path of the Argentine, but despite his desperate attempt, can't direct a shot at goal. Play is halted yet again now as Evra goes down after a collision with Alves in the
    • 89'
      SI K. Coman SO Iniesta
    • 89'
      P. Evra is replaced with K. Coman.
    • 89'
      MASSIVE SAVE! Marchisio makes a probing run forward and drives a shot back across goal. Ter Stegen does brilliantly to keep his feet moving, diving back to his left to knock it onto the other side of the post!
    • 90'
      The board goes up to indicate five minutes of added time, which should provide Juventus with a bit of encouragement. Meanwhile, Barcelona are preparing a change here and it looks like they are bringing on Jeremy Mathieu as a fifth defender to help see this one out. Rakitic looks to be the one giving
    • FULL TIME

    Line Up

    ACTIVE
    Defender
    spain
    Jordi Alba
    18

    SUBSTITUTES

    Midfielder
    brazil
    Rafinha
    12

    MANAGERS

    italy
    Maurizio Sarri
    spain
    Ernesto Valverde

    Statistics

    OVERVIEW

    Possession 0% 0%
    Effective Chances 0 0
    Shots on Target 0 0
    Turnovers 0 0

    POSSESSION

    Passes 0 0
    Passing Accuracy 0% 0%
    Passing Accuracy in opponent’s half 0% 0%
    Crosses 0 0
    Crossing accuracy 0% 0%

    ATTACK

    Shots 0 0
    Shots outside the box 0 0
    Shots inside the box 0 0
    Shooting accuracy 0% 0%

    DEFENCE

    Tackles 0 0
    Effective Tackles 0% 0%
    Blocked Shots 0 0
    Clearances 0 0
    Saves 0 0

    DISCIPLINE

    Fouls Conceded 23 11
    Yellow Cards 2 1
    Red Cards 0 0
    Offsides 0 0

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