That bubble was occupied by Jeremy Mathieu, who had somehow slipped free of Sergio Ramos to nod home Messi's cross, and the Blaugrana faithful erupted in joy at the 1-0 lead. Barcelona continued to dominate
Barcelona's morale has revived and Real Madrid's has nosedived since Cristiano Ronaldo beat Lionel Messi to the Ballon d'Or, and momentum is with Luis Enrique's side going into Sunday's match. The pictures “proved” it, although there was something telling in the fact that all three pictures – from 2013, 2014 and 2015 – showed him, shirt off, ball in hand having just scored a hat-trick. Javier Mascherano said: “Football controls us all but Messi controls football.
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More than 2 million soccer fans watched the first 2015 edition of el Clasico between Barcelona and Real Madrid on Sunday across beIN SPORTS. The impressive number combines the 1.353 million who watched the game
Sign up for the free World Soccer Talk newsletter to find out how you can win 2 free tickets to Copa America » · World Soccer Talk · Home · TV Schedules · EPL TV Schedule · La Liga TV Schedule barcelona real madrid1 Everything you need to know about el Clasico between Barcelona and Real Madrid. The first el Clasico of 2015 will be watched by a global viewing audience of more than 400 million. It is, without a doubt, the biggest club game in all of soccer.
El Clásico 2015 · Soccer · Spanish La Liga Real Madrid once held a commanding lead at the top of La Liga, but they've stumbled multiple times since the winter break, and now sit just one point ahead of Barcelona.
The German World Cup winner Sami Khedira has revealed he will leave Real Madrid at the end of the season with Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea all reportedly interested in his signature. register free. Polly Toynbee. Support fearless, open, independent journalism. Polly Toynbee. Become a member of the Guardian for free. When you register free or sign in to theguardian.com, we're able to give you a better Thursday 26 March 2015 15.12 EDT.
Gareth Bale, centre, cut a largely dejected figure during Real Madrid's defeat to Barcelona on Sunday night. Photograph: Angel Martinez/Real Madrid via Getty Images. Guardian sport. Monday 23 March 2015 14.49 EDT Last modified on
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