Lionel Messi celebrated winning his sixth Golden Balloon with a hat-trick as Barcelona defeated Mallorca to move up La Liga.
Until slamming in a third off the underside of the crossbar, he scored two excellent finishes outside the box.
The scoring for Barca had been opened by Antoine Griezmann, with Luis Suarez netting an insane backheel.
Before kick-off, Messi showed off his Ballon d’Or trophy – given to the world’s best player – to the fans at Nou Camp, along with his friends on the field
And with his 35th La Liga hat-trick, he finished the match, breaking Cristiano Ronaldo’s record. At times, Barcelona was excellent with some fantastic passing movements, especially in the first half.
But their first goal came when Griezmann chased the long goal-kick of Marc-Andre Ter Stegen before flipping the ball over the goalkeeper.
International France then set up Messi’s first, a perfect 25-yard curling attempt. Budimir scored a deflected strike for Mallorca, this time from an Ivan Rakitic pass before Messi scored a similar goal to his first.