SportsThe Clásico between Real Madrid and Barcelona, ​​live

The Clásico between Real Madrid and Barcelona, ​​live


Follow live the match of the 29th day of the Santander League between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona that is played this afternoon at 9:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time) at the Santiago Bernabéu. Carlo Ancelotti’s team arrives at the Clásico without their striker, Karin Benzema. The French striker has not recovered from a muscle problem. “We are going to take risks,” explained the Madrid coach about Benzema’s absence. “His dismissal doesn’t change anything for us”, stressed Xavi Hernández. The Barcelona coach aspires to extend the good streak of his team, which qualified for the quarterfinals of the Europa League and continues to climb positions in the League. Madrid, for its part, already has the ticket for the quarterfinals of the Champions League and wants to maintain the distance of 15 points with respect to its classic rival.

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Courtois, Dani Carvajal, Eder Militao, Nacho, Alaba, Federico Valverde, Vinicius Junior, Rodrygo, Casemiro, Kroos and Modric

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Ter Stegen, Ronald Araújo, Alba, Piqué, Eric Garcia, Busquets, Frenkie De Jong, Pedri, Aubameyang, Ferrán Torres and Ousmane Dembélé

goals 0-1 min. 28: Aubameyang. 0-2 min. 37: Ronald Araujo.

Referee Juan Martinez Munuera

Yellow cards Kroos (min. 21), Frenkie De Jong (min. 25) and Busquets (min. 30)

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M. 45 (0-2). End of the first half.

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M. 42 (0-2). Barcelona is comfortable at the Bernabéu. He moves the ball with speed and imposes his game against an unanswered Madrid.

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M. 38 (0-2). Good center from Dembélé to the heart of the area. The Uruguayan, today a winger, prevails in the area. Jump more than anyone and finish with head power.

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M. 37 (0-2). GOOOOOOOL OF RONALD ARAUJO.

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M. 37 (0-2). GOOOOOOOOOL BARCELONA.

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M. 36 (0-1). Vinicius protest. The Brazilian appears in the appears in the Barcelona area and falls when he wants to try to dribble past Ter Stegen. The referee understands that the Madrid striker is thrown.

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M. 34 (0-1). Barcelona finds spaces. He is patient with the ball and reads when to accelerate. De Jong verticalizes for Aubameyang. The striker finishes off with his left leg and Courtois stops the shot.

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M. 30 (0-1). Dembélé faces Nacho and overcomes him. Good cross from the Frenchman for Aubameyang who anticipates Militao and heads in to beat Courtois.

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M. 29 (0-1). AUBAMEYANG GOOOOOL.

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M. 28 (0-1). GOOOAAAL OF BARCELONA.

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M. 25 (0-0). Now it is a Barcelona player who gets the yellow. De Jong after a foul on Kroos.

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M. 23 (0-0). Hard foul from Kroos to Busquets. The German sees the first yellow card of the match.

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M. 20 (0-0). The game slows down and Barça begins to move the ball.

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M. 17 (0-0). Barcelona had patience with the ball. Dembele accelerated. And the one who ends is Ferran Torres. Good shot by the former City player, the ball grazes Courtois’s left post.

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M. 13 (0-0). Now Madrid appears. Ter Stegen controls Vinicius’s shot.

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M. 12 (0-0). Double save by Courtois. Primer shines to reject Aubameyang’s shot from the small area, after a good pass from Ferran Torres. The Madrid goalkeeper returns to clear Dembélé’s shot, who had caught the rebound. The Madrid goalkeeper is immense.

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M. 11 (0-0). Hard foul from Aubameyang to Kross. The Barcelona striker is saved from the yellow card.

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M: 10 (0-0). Madrid manages to overcome the pressure from Barcelona and begins to play on the Barça field.

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M. 6 (0-0). Great save by Ter Stegen to send Valverde’s shot to the corner. Good move by Vinicius who finds the Uruguayan at the door of the area.

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M. 5 (0-0). Now it is Madrid that appears in the Barça area. Rodrygo’s shot crashes into the side of the net.

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