When Neymar won the only UEFA Champions League of his career at Barcelona - Who were his teammates and where are they now?

Neymar Barcelona Champions League 2014 04 02 2016

Neymar had an extremely successful stint with Barcelona where he won every possible major trophy. In the 2014-15 season, Barcelona won the treble and the Brazilian was a key member of the squad.

Such was his influence that PSG paid €222 million for his services to the Catalan club to fulfill their ambition of winning the European holy grail. Although he reached the final once again in 2019-20 with PSG, he could not clinch the trophy again as they were beaten by a solitary strike of Kingsley Coman.

However, his performance in the 2014-15 edition is one for the history books as he scored 10 goals in 12 matches. The Blaugrana met Juventus in the final and they did not have to break a sweat to defeat the Bianconeri 3-1, with the current PSG-forward netting the third late in added time.

Who were his teammates in that match? Goal takes a look...

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    Marc-Andre ter Stegen (Goalkeeper)

    The German keeper had been in stellar form in that campaign for Barcelona as he kept six clean sheets out of 13 appearances. It was his inaugural season with the team after signing from Borussia M'Gladbach and he couldn't have asked for a better start. He still plies his trade with FC Barcelona.

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    Dani Alves - RB

    The Brazilian full-back joined Barcelona from Sevilla in 2008 and played at the club until 2016. After leaving the Spanish giants, Dani Alves played at Juventus for a season and then donned the PSG shirt for two seasons. From 2019 to 2021 he played at Brazilian side Sao Paolo. In January 2022, Dani Alves re-joined Barcelona. Now, he is a free agent.

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    Javier Mascherano (CB)

    In the summer of 2010, Mascherano agreed to a four-year deal with Barcelona. It was his second UEFA Champions League final with Barcelona and the Argentine ended on the winning side on both occasions. A natural central defensive midfielder, he played as a centre back in 2014-15 and did well to keep Juve strikers at bay in that final.

    He has retired as a professional footballer and is currently the coach of the U-20 Argentina team.

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    Gerard Pique (CB)

    Gerard Pique is a product of La Masia and has been a reliable lieutenant of Barcelona since 2008. He is one of the players who have the distinction of winning the treble twice in his career with the same club. In 2020, he signed a contract extension with the club which would keep him at the Camp Nou till 2024.

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    Jordi Alba (LB)

    Like Pique, Alba has also spent a major chunk of his formative years at Barcelona. However, he went to Valencia and started his professional career with the Los Che. In 2012, he returned to his boyhood club and since then has won 16 major trophies with the Catalan club. In 2019, he signed a five-year deal with the club with an enhanced buyout clause of €500 million.

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    Andres Iniesta - CM

    Another La Masia product, Iniesta made his Barcelona debut in 2002 and went on to play until 2018. He is the second-most decorated player in the history of Barcelona with 32 titles to his name. After leaving Spain, he moved to the J-League to join Vissel Kobe. In May 2021, the 37-year-old midfielder signed a fresh two-year contract with the club.

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    Sergio Busquets (CDM)

    Sergio Busquets is the third-most capped player of Barcelona after Lionel Messi and Xavi Hernandez. The 33-year-old moved above Andres Iniesta after making his 675th appearance for the Blaugrana at Anoeta Stadium against Real Sociedad in April 2022.

    Busquets has played for Barca his entire career. He made his debut against Racing Santander aged 20 in 2008. The midfielder has won 30 domestic honours for the club, including eight La Liga titles and three Champions Leagues.

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    Ivan Rakitic (CM)

    In 2014, Ivan Rakitic joined Barcelona from Sevilla on a five-year contract. He seamlessly slotted in at the centre of the park and went on to make 310 appearances scoring 35 goals and providing 42 assists. However, he left the club quite unceremoniously after the arrival of Frenkie de Jong as he was informed that he was no longer in the plans of the club.

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    Lionel Messi (RW)

    Lionel Messi is the most decorated player in the history of Barcelona with 35 titles to his name. A product of La Masia he had been with the club for close to two decades. The former Barçelona skipper has won 10 league titles, eight Spanish Super Cups, seven Copas del Rey, four Champions Leagues, three Club World Cups, and three European Super Cups.

    He is the highest goal-scorer in Barcelona's history with 670 strikes and holds a plethora of other records. In 2021, he departed the club on a free transfer to play for PSG.

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    Luis Suarez (ST)

    In 2014, Luis Suarez joined Barcelona for €82.3 million after a sensational season with Liverpool. He made 281 appearances for the club and scored 194 goals. He won 13 trophies with Barcelona before leaving to join Atletico madrid in 2020.

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    Xavi Hernandez (SUB)

    One of the greatest players to have donned the Barcelona shirt, Xavi Hernandez is the most-capped Barcelona player with 767 appearances. Meanwhile, he is the fifth most decorated player with 25 trophies. He made his senior debut in 1998 and won eight league titles, six Spanish Super Cups, three Copa del Reys, four Champions Leagues, two Club World Cups, and European Super Cups apiece.

    After leaving Barcelona in 2015, the Spaniard joined Qatari club Al Sadd where he spent the final four seasons of his professional career. Upon retirement in 2019, he took over as the head coach of Al Sadd. In November 2021, he took charge of Barcelona as their manager, leaving Al Sadd.

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    Pedro Rodriguez (SUB)

    A Barcelona youth product, Pedro Rodriguez made his senior debut for the club in 2008 and went on to play for them until 2015 after which he joined Chelsea. Last season he played for Serie A side AS Roma and is currently plying his trade with Lazio.

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    Jeremy Mathieu (SUB)

    The French centre back joined from Valencia for €20 million. After spending three years at Barcelona and making 91 appearances, he joined Sporting CP. However, a knee injury in 2020 forced him to hang up his boots.