The anti-doping agency dropped in on Barcelona’s training session to take test samples from four players.
On this occasion, the players who underwent the various tests at Sant Joan Despi were Jordi Alba, Marc-Andre Ter Stegen, Denis Suarez and Luis Suarez.
The organisation routinely tests random players without prior warning from various clubs in LaLiga.
Real Madrid’s 4-1 win against Celta Vigo on Wednesday means they need just one point from their final game of the season at Malaga this weekend to claim their first league title since 2012.
If they lose, though, a win at home to Eibar would be enough to earn Barcelona a third straight title under Luis Enrique. And history shows the pressure of a final-day showdown can do funny things.
With the LaLiga title still up for grabs, Barcelona have chosen to allow supporters to view all of their past last-day victories on the club’s website, and have released that chapter 1 will be 1991/92 season when the Catalans won the league on the final day thanks to Tenerife defeating Real Madrid.
Los Blancos lost 3-2 at the Estadio Heliodoro Rodriguez Lopez whilst the Azulgrana defeated Athletic Bilbao 2-0 to claim the prize.
Over the next couple of days more historic title winning games are set to be shown, which is without a doubt a good way to conjure up what is about to happen next weekend with the LaLiga title all set for a final day showdown.
La Liga’s title race will surely go down to the final day of the season, but Real Madrid is in the driver’s seat.
Los Blancos are in position to win their first title since 2012–and a record 33rd overall–following Wednesday’s 4-1 win over Celta Vigo.
Barcelona had previously seized the upper hand by virtue of its dramatic triumph in the most recent edition of El Clasico, with Lionel Messi’s last-gasp heroics securing the win and head-to-head tiebreaker for the Blaugrana. His side will need help to repeat as champion, though, with Real making good on its game in hand.
Here are the straightforward scenarios for how La Liga will be won:
REAL MADRID WINS THE TITLE
– If it beats Malaga.
– If it draws Malaga.
– If Barcelona draws or loses to Eibar.
BARCELONA WINS THE TITLE
– If it beats Eibar and Real Madrid loses to Malaga.
Both games take place on Sunday.