Neymar’s 21st-minute penalty gave Barca a 1-0 win over Sociedad. Barcelona has booked its usual passage into the round of 16 of the Champions League, sits pretty in the quarterfinals of the Copa del Rey after a first-leg win and trails Real Madrid by just two points in La Liga. Because Barca faces a talented Paris Saint-Germain in Europe – an unusually tough task at this stage, since the four times they’ve faced off in the last three years, they’ve tied twice and won once apiece.
Snapchat has teamed up with Europe's top football clubs to release a series of lenses that allow fans to show support for their team in an exciting way. SEE ALSO: What kind of Snapchatter are you? Bespoke lenses for fans of 13 teams across the UK, France, Italy, Spain and Germany are available across each team's country until midnight Sunday 22 January, after which they'll be available at each team's stadium for the rest of the season. In the UK, supporters of Arsenal, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool and Manchester City will be able to paint their face in their teams' colour and head a ball in real time in a game-like experience: Other teams include Olympique de Marseille and Paris St. Germain
Measured by revenue, Manchester United is now the biggest sports team in the world. According to Deloitte, which just published its annual ranking of the world’s highest-revenue soccer teams, the English soccer team posted revenue of $774 million for the 2015-16 season (based on an average exchange rate of 1 Euro = $1.123 U.S. for June 2015 through June 2016). In general, English soccer teams have benefitted from their new television deal, and Manchester United in particular has been incredibly successful at increasing its commercial revenue. Here are the top 10 sports teams in the world based on revenue. Keep in mind that teams and leagues can count in different ways. Of particular relevence