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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - James Porteous
Despite failing to win European soccer's top prize, Barcelona came out as the top team this season in The Associated Press global soccer poll.
Lionel Messi's four-goal burst ensured that he and Barcelona returned to the top of the Associated Press Global Soccer rankings this week.
"(Even) though Bayern weren't as impressive as they have been, they equaled Hamburg's 30-year-old league record of 36 consecutive matches without defeat to stay top," James Porteous of the South-China Morning Post said.
"I'm a little surprised Barca edged out Bayern, given the Germans' domestic dominance and Champions League win, but Barca were hugely impressive before falling to Bayern in the semifinals," Porteous said.