Barcelona cruised through their latest Champions League match with a 3-0 win over Russian outfit Spartak Moscow to send Tito Vilanova's side through from the group stage.
The Spanish team named a full-strength side as they bid to secure their qualification with a game to spare, and it proved a fine decision as Barça raced into a three-goal lead before the halftime break.
Dani Alves scored his first goal of the season with a low drive before forward Lionel Messi added two more in the first half.
Spartak's fans showed great support throughout the game, but the club was unable to force their way back into the match, or even really trouble goalkeeper Victor Valdes.
Here are five things we learned from the match.