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Arturo Vidal of FC Barcelona and Raul Albiol of Villarreal in action during the spanish league, LaLiga, football match played between Villarreal CF and FC Barcelona at La Ceramica Stadium on July 05, 2020 in Villarreal, Castellon, Spain. (Photo by MJ Segovia / AFP7 / Europa Press Sports via Getty Images)

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