‘Injured’ Madrid beaten by in form Barcelona.

Luck favours Barcelona this time to win the battle between Real Madrid And Barcelona at Camp Nou.

Barcelona beat Real Madrid 2-0. But scores doesn’t tell everything. Real Madrid also played equal as inspite of severe injury problem as Barcelona but luck was not with them.

Barcelona missed a penalty. Then Barcelona scored from a corner at the late stage of the match. Later at the last minute of the match Barcelona strikes the second goal from a counter attack.

Due to this loss Real Madrid are now 12 points behind to Barcelona.

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El Clásico: Real Madrid 4-1 Barcelona.

Real Madrid beat Barcelona by 4-1 in El Clásico.

Raul, Robben, Higuan, Ruud Van Nistolrooy were the scorers for Real Madrid while Henry was the scorer for Barcelona.

Real Madrid showed wonderful show and artistic football.

Great win by Real Madrid!

Hala Madrid!!!

Real Madrid Vs Barcelona : ‘El Clásico’.

REAL MADRID Vs BARCELONA

Real Madrid CF and FC Barcelona go into battle at the Santiago Bernabéu today. As past encounters have shown, though, form can count for little when it comes to ‘El Clásico’.

Real Madrid already won the title of Spanish La Liga this season. But Barcelona still in search for the second place in the league to not to play UEFA Champions League Qualifying round and directly go to the group phase. They are still behind of Villareal who are in second position.

Barcelona have to present guard of honour to Real Madrid today because Real Madrid is Champion of the League now and Barcelona have to follow the rule in Santiago Bernabéu today. That will be a big moral booster for Real Madrid players and fans.

As a Real Madrid fan I will be happy to see this. But I am expecting interesting ‘El Clásico’ today and hope Real Madrid will win at home and celebrating the Title at home. But I know that barcelona is a very strong team and they will not give let it easy for Real Madrid. Barcelona will try heart and soul to beat Real Madrid infront of Real Madrid fans.

Real Madrid are set to rub salt into the wounds of arch rivals by parading their 31st Spanish league trophy when they host Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on Wednesday.

Real fans waited until the early hours to celebrate with the players at Cibeles fountain on Sunday night after Real retained the title with a thrilling late 2-1 victory over Osasuna.

The celebrations could go into another dimension when Real are presented with the trophy in front of a full house at the Bernabeu – although football is likely to dominate with Barcelona in need of the points to wrest second place from Villarreal.

“It will be a great party against Barcelona that is for sure,” said Real coach Bernd Schuster. “We deserve this title as we have been the best team this season and now we can enjoy it.”

Barca thumped Valencia 6-0 in their last match and unlike Real they have something to play for as they bid to overtake Villarreal who are currently four points ahead in second.

“This was the best way to go to the Bernabeu – with high morale. There are three key points at stake and we’ll go to win,” said Argentine forward Lionel Messi.

As Barca set out to avenge their 1-0 loss to Real at the Nou Camp in December they will do so without the suspended Samuel Eto’o and Deco.

While Real-Barca is the obvious highlight of the midweek fixture programme there are several other games with high stakes.

So let’s see another exciting ‘El Clásico’.

El Clasico: Real Madrid beat Barcelona by 0-1 at Nou Camp.

Real Madrid extended their lead at the top of La Liga to seven points with a 1-0 win over Barcelona in the first El Clasico of the season at the Nou Camp on Sunday.

Julio Baptista’s goal towards the end of the first half was enough to earn victory for Real, who extended their unbeaten run to six games.

Lionel Messi was sidelined with a thigh injury but Barcelona still started strongly, looking to maintain their 100 per cent winning record at home.

Iker Casillas was needed to keep out a Samuel Eto’o shot, before quickly regaining his balance to prevent an Andres Iniesta goal.

Casillas made another brilliant save, this time from the below-par Ronaldinho, before Real hit Barca on the counter-attack.

Juilo Baptista fired the ball into the roof of the net on 36 minutes after a slick passing move between himself and Ruud van Nistelrooy.

Frank Rijkaard’s side began to throw caution to the wind as the clock ticked down, but a well organised Madrid back four stood firm throughout the second half.

Although Thierry Henry was back from injury and sat on the bench, Rijkaard instead brought on 17-year-old sensation Bojan Krkic, who threatened at times and brought a good save out of Casillas.

But Barcelona could not break through and now face an uphill battle when La Liga resumes in the New Year.