Barcelona concluded their season in a manner which mirrored a lot of what has gone before in La Liga over the past nine months.
They flew out of the traps against Malaga at Camp Nou on Saturday night, David Villa firing them ahead inside the opening four minutes.
Barely ten minutes later, they were 3-0 up—Cesc Fabregas and Martin Montoya the scorers.
Much like in the league, where they raced clear of the pack before Christmas, this game was over before it ever really started.
In the second period, Barca sauntered over the line.
Andres Iniesta curled home a fantastic fourth, before Pedro Morales' exquisite volley got Malaga on the score sheet in Manuel Pellegrini's final game.
Here are some things we learned, or are still waiting to learn, from the match...