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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Real Madrid 4 2 0 14
2 Barcelona 4 1 1 13
3 Atletico 3 3 0 12
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Barcelona to wear glowing green kit in UCL against Gladbach

Football kits seem to go through an evolution every year, but we admit we've never seen one that glows in the dark before.

Barcelona are set to wear their third kit in the Champions League match against Borussia Monchengladbach on Wednesday and it's green.

In fact, in the words of the club's press release about the jersey: "When worn for night games this vibrant kit will glow and naturally highlight the players underneath the floodlights."

Barcelona's Marc-Andre ter Stegen targets UCL win in Gladbach return

Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique asserted that their win over Sporting Gijon was not as easy as the dominant result seems.

Barcelona's Marc-Andre ter Stegen admits Claudio Bravo's summer switch to Manchester City eased a "difficult situation" as he prepares to return to Borussia Moenchengladbach in the Champions League this week.

Ter Stegen joined Gladbach as a 4-year-old and spent 18 years at the club before his 2014 transfer to Barca.

On Wednesday, he returns for the first time since leaving over two years ago, and he does so having ousted Bravo in the battle to be Luis Enrique's first-choice keeper.

After job-sharing...

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Borussia Monchengladbach v Barcelona: Preview

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ESPN FC's Brian McBride and Alexis Nunes give their predictions on Wednesday's matchday 2 fixtures.

Barcelona remain without star forward Lionel Messi for their Champions League game against Borussia Monchengladbach as Luis Enrique's side look to continue their rich goalscoring form.

Barca thumped Celtic 7-0 in their Group C opener and have scored five goals in two of their three LaLiga games since, although a groin injury has prevented Messi travelling to Germany.

The trip promises to be an emotional one for visiting goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen.

The 24-year-old, who has become first choice...