Barcelona's dismal season is ending with a whimper after they succumbed to another home defeat, this time 2-1 to Celta Vigo.
Lionel Messi was inspired as usual but was let down by his team-mates as Ronald Koeman's side are appearing more dysfunctional than ever as the campaign comes to an end.
He has been prone to errors for so much of the campaign, and it was capped off by another below-par display culminating in a red card.
Eric Garcia has long been an option for Barca at centre-back, as has the likes or Ronald Araujo to play alongside Gerard Pique. None of them are left-footed, but all of them are better than Lenglet at keeping the ball out of the net.
The exciting attacker had two shots, two on target, and scored two goals as Barca just couldn't deal with him.
Indeed his winner in the closing minutes was typical of his instincts, reacting quickest to the ball rebounding to lash in a brilliant volley and claim the points.
Apart from scoring a header in the first half - a rare thing indeed - he had a huge 109 touches of the ball, more than any other player.
Barca's policy of 'just get the ball to Messi' cannot continue forever, but it's indicative that Messi completed an astonishing FOURTEEN dribbles here and that he was the only one willing to put Celta on the back foot.