Neymar was the talking point of the press conference and more importantly the match as Barcelona ensured Real Madrid had to perform against Granada later in the day to keep their place at the top of La Liga.
"The fact we scored four against Villarreal shows how well we did. They’re having an excellent season. Dealing with pressure was the key. It was a great all-round game against a great team.
"The team played well on and off the ball.
"We made the difference tell in the second half. It was then that our opponents really started to feel it after chasing the ball for so long."
Lionel Messi will again make the headlines as he scored his 51st goal of the season and 35th in the league. But the star that really stole the show and created the space for Messi to thrive was Neymar, showcasing his samba flair and countless dribbles to wow his audience.
RECORD | Lionel Messi is the first player in La Liga history to score 100 braces (56 at Camp Nou, 44 at away ground. pic.twitter.com/LBysa5tEEY— FC Barcelona (@FCBdaily) May 6, 2017
Like the 100,000 fans who were lucky enough to gaze upon a brilliant attacking display, Enrique had nothing but compliments to say regarding the Brazilian's masterclass:
"He interprets football like nobody else, not even Brazilians. Most of his solo runs are so quick I don’t even have time to see what he’s done. It’s a joy to watch. Any football fan should appreciate what Neymar does, sometimes it’s more like ballet than football."
Barcelona did their part in the match, winning easily. Now the pressure will be on Real Madrid to maintain their lead at the top of La Liga.