In the first leg, the Catalan congregation at Les Corts had thoroughly enjoyed the evisceration of the team that represented their great “oppressors”, and had loudly whistled and booed the players in white any time they touched the ball (something that resulted in the partisan government/football federation fining the Catalan club). Mourinho's men toppled from summit after Camp Nou rout Barcelona produced a dazzling display of attacking football to hammer Real Madrid 5-0 and move top of the Primera Liga table. [31][32], On 13 June 1943, Real Madrid beat Barcelona 11–1 at home in the second leg of a semi-final of the Copa del Generalísimo, the Copa del Rey having been renamed in honour of General Franco. Villaverde complained about the game on their social media accounts, as Real Madrid's Under-9s dealt them a 31-0 defeat. Asked if he could rule out a transfer to either of the La Liga powerhouses, Salah told Diario AS: "I think Madrid and Barcelona are two top clubs. 11' Goal! That would have effectively meant paying the fifth highest transfer fee in history to sign their own player. It was a Clasico that had it all, from incredible team goals, hot … [6][7], The rivalry comes about as Madrid and Barcelona are the two largest cities in Spain, and they are sometimes identified with opposing political positions, with Real Madrid viewed as representing Spanish nationalism and Barcelona viewed as representing Catalan nationalism. • Total: Real Madrid with 45 higher finishes, Barcelona with 44 higher finishes (as of the end of the 2019–20 season). No. A campaign began in Madrid. Barça Rookies. The tremendous successes (especially on the European stage) of the 50s Madrid team were used by Franco as a means of advertising, to the watching world, just how great his rule was for the nation – another example of a leader attempting to bathe in the borrowed limelight of sporting success. Several accusations of unsportsmanlike behaviour from both teams and a war of words erupted throughout the fixtures which included four red cards. ... Liverpool’s 7-0 win in south London meant any debate over that particular call could be squashed pretty quickly. Sport has been intrinsically linked with the politics, society and the culture of civilizations from the dawn of recorded history. This article is about the FC Barcelona–Real Madrid CF rivalry. [74][75] Ibero-American Cup was a latter recognised official tournament organised by CONMEBOL and the Royal Spanish Football Federation, thus is considerated as a major trophy.[76]. "[43], The only way Barcelona could prevent Figo's transfer to Real Madrid was to pay the penalty clause, $30 million. "We want to show our anger at this type of situation in … Real Madrid 11–1 Barcelona Copa del Rey (19 June 1943) El Clásico or el clásico (Spanish pronunciation: [el ˈklasiko]; Catalan: El Clàssic, pronounced [əl ˈklasik]; "The Classic") is the name given in football to any match between fierce rivals FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. [33] The first leg, played at Barcelona's Les Corts stadium in Catalonia, had ended with Barcelona winning 3–0. [63] Ronaldo left Real Madrid for Juventus in 2018, and in the week prior to the first meeting of the teams in the 2018–19 La Liga, Messi sustained an arm injury ruling him out of the match. (Samaranch would of course move past that to become a Franco favourite, and chairman of the International Olympic Committee, but that's another story). [55][56] On 21 November 2015, Andrés Iniesta became the third Barcelona player to receive applause from Real Madrid fans while he was substituted during a 4–0 away win, with Iniesta scoring Barça's third. Neymar (Barcelona) left footed shot from a difficult angle on the left to the centre of the goal. Barcelona have struggled for form in LaLiga Santander and, most recently, they lost 1-0 away to Atletico Madrid to leave themselves 12 points behind leaders Real Sociedad. Getty Images . Thousands of fake 10,000 peseta notes had been printed and emblazoned with his image, were among the missiles of oranges, bottles, cigarette lighters, even a couple of mobile phones were thrown at him. Real Madrid 1-0 Barcelona – El Clasico Live Stream & Live Stream, Barcelona Stream, Real Madrid Stream, El Clasico Stream, Watch Barcelona Vs Real Madrid, El Clasico Live Stream [4] Both clubs have a global fanbase; they are the world's two most followed sports teams on social media.[13][14]. [6] In April 2017, Messi celebrated his 93rd-minute winner for Barcelona against Real Madrid at the Bernabéu by taking off his Barcelona shirt and holding it up to incensed Real Madrid fans – with his name and number facing them.[6]. 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Barcelona vs Real Madrid, "BBC SPORT | Football | Alfredo Di Stefano: Did General Franco halt Barcelona transfer? Confederació Mundial de penyes. ... 11 2 Mar 2019. It would be the first time since 2007 that the Clásico had featured neither player, with some in the media describing it as the 'end of an era’. Federico Valverde gave Los Blancos an early lead before Ansu Fati instantly replied for Barcelona… [41] Both Real Madrid and Barcelona attempted to sign him and, due to confusion that emerged from Di Stéfano moving to Millonarios from River Plate following the strike, both clubs claimed to own his registration. This is the match sheet of the LaLiga game between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid on Nov 29, 2010. In the 65th minute of tonight’s Clasico, it was brought my attention that Real Madrid had outshot Barcelona 13 - 2 until that point. Real Madrid secured a 2-0 win over FC Barcelona with substitute Mariano Diaz adding to the Vinicius strike with an added time second for 'Los Blancos' to regain top spot in LaLiga. In the 65th minute of tonight’s Clasico, it was brought my attention that Real Madrid had outshot Barcelona 13 - 2 until that point. Team Sportstar Last Updated: 02 March, 2020 18:30 IST Real Madrid players celebrating after winning the El Clasico at home. Raúl departed to join Schalke 04 after his contract got terminated, having stayed at the club for 16 years marking it as an end of his era. In the 1960s, this newfound fondness for the beautiful game would be transferred to the Spanish national team (when they won the European Championship in 1964, that is). In Catalonia, forces of all the political spectrum are overwhelmingly in favour of Barcelona. Among the debris was a pig's head. [39] Another newspaper called the scoreline "as absurd as it was abnormal". Why so?Here we attempt to unravel the mystery that surrounds that infamous June afternoon. On Nov. 29, 2010, Pep Guardiola's Barcelona subjected Jose Mourinho and his Real Madrid side to a record 5-0 defeat in El Clasico. Close. If anything, it was his two greatest enemies, the Basques and the Catalans, that dominated Spanish football at the time – their virulent rebellion manifesting itself beautifully on the unmatchable canvas that is the football pitch. Real Madrid 0, Barcelona 2. From the section European Football. 15 of the 28 hat-tricks came from FC Barcelona players. Four days later, Real Madrid defeated Dinamo Zagreb 1–0 in on Matchday 1 of the UEFA Champions League despite Mourinho serving his second of three touchline bans in the competition and a second yellow card to Marcelo for diving in the penalty area. Liverpool star Mohamed Salah refused to rule out move to LaLiga champions Real Madrid or Barcelona. Real Madrid won the second leg with a flabbergasting 11-1 win, leading 8-0 at the break. [52] After dribbling through the Madrid defence twice to score two goals in a 3–0 win, Madrid fans paid homage to his performance with applause. The conflict between Real Madrid and Barcelona has long surpassed the sporting dimension, so that elections to the clubs' presidencies are strongly politicized. T he rivalry between Barcelona and Real Madrid hit an all time peak just prior to the 2010 World Cup, even though Jose Mourinho was still yet to arrive in the Spanish capital. Barcelona 0-0 Real Madrid: Gareth Bale denied by VAR in El Clasico stalemate. Their stadiums became the only places their languages could be spoken without fear, their outlawed flags depicted in their clubs jerseys (Catalonia’s yellow and blue became Barca’s red and blue – the Basques’ red white and green became Athetic’s red and white). You see, this just wasn’t supposed to happen; it was no minor league game – this was, after all, the semifinal of the Copa del Generalísimo (precursor to the modern day Copa Del Rey­). [6] Cristiano Ronaldo twice gestured to the hostile crowd to “calm down” after scoring against Barcelona at the Nou Camp in 2012 and 2016. Supporters Clubs around the world. On 29 January, Barça were held to a scoreless draw by Villarreal at the El Madrigal to put them seven points behind league leaders Real Madrid. It is alleged that the Director of State Security (arguably the scariest person in an open dictatorship after the dictator himself) visited the Barcelona dressing room and reminded the players there of the Republic’s generosity in letting Catalonia remain a part of the Republic. Others had whistles handed to them with their tickets." When, on the 19th of June, 1943, Futbol Club Barcelona walked into the Estadio Chamartin – the home of Real Madrid Club de Futbol – few Spaniards could have anticipated what was going to happen. Both groups became known for their violent acts,[17][26][27] and one of the most conflictive factions of Barcelona supporters, the Casuals, became a full-fledged criminal organisation. The organisation that unites ex-players from all FC Barcelona football teams. Cute Teen Girl with Braces. 4. Barcelona 5-0 Real Madrid: Remembering the Iconic Clasico Clash 10 Years on Matt O'Connor-Simpson 11/29/2020. Real Madrid has more shots on target, while Barcelona has made more interceptions. While El Generalísimo’s shady influence seems evident in the way that events unfolded on that infamous afternoon, it has to be said that Franco only well and truly adopted Real Madrid as his club a long time after that summer – well into Santiago Bernabeu’s presidency (which started the season after the infamous match) and around about the time when Alfredo Di Stefano found himself wearing the hallowed white jersey. Basilo de la Morena had been caught out by the speed of the goals. ", "Alfredo di Stéfano was one of football's greatest trailblazers", "Barcelona are braced for a stiff penalty", "Real Madrid v. 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Search: Show more label.tag.season201617. [45] In his third season with Real Madrid, the 2002 Clásico at Camp Nou produced one of the defining images of the rivalry. Enter, Stage (Far) Right, General Francisco Franco. [22] During Franco's regime, however, Barcelona was granted profit due to its good relationship with the dictator at management level, even giving two awards to him. Even more damningly, Juan Antonio Samaranch, a hardline Nationalist and card carrying member of Franco’s Fascist party, a journalist who despite his political allegiances believed in the fairness of sport, wasn’t allowed to put ink to paper for nearly 10 years after he wrote a piece lambasting the behaviour of the crowd and the injustice of the result. Real Madrid released a statement after the match which former club president (1985–1995) Ramón Mendoza explained, "The message got through that those fans who wanted to could go to El Club bar on Calle de la Victoria where Madrid's social center was. [61], In recent years, the rivalry has been "encapsulated" by the rivalry between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Barcelona's humiliated president was forced to resign by the Barcelona board, with the interim board cancelling Di Stéfano's contract. Nevertheless, the support of the blaugrana club goes far beyond from that region, earning its best results among young people, sustainers of a federal structure of Spain and citizens with left-wing ideology, in contrast with Real Madrid fans which politically tend to adopt right-wing views. [18], As early as the 1930s, Barcelona "had developed a reputation as a symbol of Catalan identity, opposed to the centralising tendencies of Madrid". Vinicius Junior swept Real Madrid into the lead Credit: Getty Images - Getty Mariano then burst into the area in stoppage time as Barca pushed for a leveller and beat ter Stegen at his near post. As it was, after June 1943, Spanish Football – and the great sporting spectacle that is El Clasico – would never be the same again. 1:46. Sure, no threatening words were uttered, but, paraphrasing the immortal Godfather – Don Vito Corleone - the best threat is one that does not need to be stated aloud. He was already a popular figure throughout Spain for scoring the nation's World Cup winning goal in 2010. The players, apparently (and quite understandably) fearing for their lives as well as their families’ and intimidated by the insanely hostile atmosphere in the Chamartin, stood mute witnesses as Puden, Sabino Barinaga, Antonio Alsúa Alonso, Curta and Botella hammered 11 goals past the hapless Luis Miró – who for most parts of the game was too terrified of the spectators behind his goal (specifically the objects thrown at him, and the imminent threat of a pitch invasion) to stand anywhere near his penalty box. Five players have been able to score more than one hat trick: This page was last edited on 30 November 2020, at 15:29. [58] According to an Ikerfel poll in 2011, Barcelona is the most popular team in Spain with 44% of preferences, while Real Madrid is second with 37%. Starting Line-up: 4-2-3-1 Substitutes 1. Casemiro's 15th … The “great” leaders – the ones who have commanded nations and empires over large swathes of time, have always known how to use sport as a catalyst in this never-ending quest for power. Barcelona won their third consecutive game at the Bernabeu after beating Real Madrid by three goals. Never played an official match for Barcelona. No. Only one of them happened. [52][53] On 26 June 1983, during the second leg of the Copa de la Liga final at the Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid, having dribbled past the Real Madrid goalkeeper, Barcelona star Diego Maradona ran towards an empty goal before stopping just as the Madrid defender came sliding in an attempt to block the shot and crashed into the post, before Maradona slotted the ball into the net. Lionel Messi saved Barcelona from another embarrassing result by scoring the decisive goal in a 1-0 win over lowly Levante, while Real Sociedad returned top of La Liga on Sunday.... more » 10.12.2020 15:44 "[36], Real Madrid went 2–0 up within half an hour. [50], The two teams met again in the UEFA Champions League semi-final in 2002, with Real Madrid winning 2–0 in Barcelona and a 1–1 draw in Madrid, resulting in a 3–1 aggregate win for Madrid. In this period, Barcelona gained their motto Més que un club (English: More than a club) because of its alleged connection to Catalan nationalist as well as to progressive beliefs. Then, three years later, when Barcelona won the championship two rounds before El Clásico on 8 June 1991. [19], Barcelona was on top of the list of organizations to be purged by the National faction, just after communists, anarchists, and independentists. No. The following day, 24 July, Figo was presented in Madrid and handed his new shirt by Alfredo Di Stéfano. The victory boosted Real Madrid to a two-point advantage over Barcelona, as Barcelona drew 2–2 earlier in the day at Real Sociedad. [43], On 9 July, Sport ran an interview in which he said, "I want to send a message of calm to Barcelona's fans, for whom I always have and always will feel great affection. Messi recreates goal Maradona scored for Newell's in 1993 . [96] [23] The links between senior Real Madrid representatives and the Francoist regime were undeniable;[17] for most of the Catalans, Real Madrid was regarded as "the establishment club", despite the fact that presidents of both clubs like Josep Sunyol and Rafael Sánchez Guerra, suffered at the hands of Franco's supporters in the Spanish Civil War. I'm not so mad as to do a thing like that. [46][47], During the last three decades, the rivalry has been augmented by the modern Spanish tradition of the Pasillo, where one team is given the guard of honor by the other team, once the former clinches the La Liga trophy before El Clásico takes place. Originally it referred only to those competitions held in the Spanish championship, but nowadays the term has been generalized, and tends to include every single match between the two clubs: UEFA Champions League, Copa del Rey, etc. The 2010–11 season was Real Madrid Club de Fútbol's 80th season in La Liga.This article shows player statistics and all matches (official and friendly) that the club played during the 2010–11 season. Il Barcellona vince 4-0 una partita mai in discussione e sale a + 6 dai Blancos. 29/11/2020 21:42 CET; Ten years since Barcelona's 5-0 win over Real Madrid: En Español . Moved to the capital of Spain for studying purposes and joined Real Madrid. This has happened in three occasions. Not, at least, until that game. The Blaugrana boss has a … Barcelona 0-0 Real Madrid: Bale goal disallowed in tense Clasico. "[44], On his return to Barcelona in a Real Madrid shirt, banners with "Judas", "Scum" and "Mercenary" were hung around the stadium. Madrid scored in minutes 31', 33', 35', 39', 43' and 44', as well as two goals ruled out for offside, made it 8–0. [28], For many people, Barcelona is still considered as "the rebellious club", or the alternative pole to "Real Madrid's conservatism". [34] According to football writer Sid Lowe, "There have been relatively few mentions of the game [since] and it is not a result that has been particularly celebrated in Madrid. REAL MADRID have secured a crucial win in a pulsating El Clasico. Luis Suárez (Barcelona) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. When his agent confirmed the deal, Figo denied everything, insisting, "I'll stay at Barcelona whether Pérez wins or loses." The year where they “thrashed” Barcelona 11-4 on aggregate, the Copa del Generalísimo was lifted by the true superpowers of the time – the Telmo Zarra inspired Basques of Athletic Bilbao. As of 18 December 2019, 23 different players have scored a hat-trick in El Clásico matches. Ernesto Teus, a famous journalist and a Madridista writing for the ever-partisan Marca, had started it all off with a sharp piece which highlighted Madrid’s lack of conviction and meek surrender to their great regional rivals. Both Real Madrid … Assisted by Andrés Iniesta with a through ball. [8][9] The rivalry is regarded as one of the biggest in world sport. Defending champions Real Madrid inflicted a first defeat of the season on La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid to move within three points of the summit. Luis Suarez scores twice as Barcelona move six points clear at the top of La Liga with a 4-0 win at Real Madrid. El Clasico: Real Madrid 2-0 Barcelona- Vinicius, Mariano seal famous win for Los Blancos- Highlights Vinicius Junior and Mariano scored on the night as Real Madrid clinched a famous 2-0 victory at home against Barcelona in the second El Clasico of the season. Ronald Koeman takes his Barcelona team to the Wanda Metropolitano to face an Atletico Madrid side who are let to lose at home this season. [41] This ended the long struggle for Di Stéfano, as he moved definitively to Real Madrid.[41]. El Generalísimo had led the neo-fascist nationalist faction in the Spanish Civil War that had overthrown the democratically elected leftist Spanish government and defeated their loyalists – the Republicans. Four days later, Real Madrid defeated Dinamo Zagreb 1–0 in on Matchday 1 of the UEFA Champions League despite Mourinho serving his second of three touchline bans in the competition and a second yellow card to Marcelo for diving in the penalty area. So when Barca arrived in Madrid, they were treated – like Carthaginian slaves in an ancient Roman gladiatorial arena – with the blood-curdling screams and whistles of over 20,000 frenetically whipped up Madridistas baying for Catalan blood. There, they were given a whistle. Old rivals Barcelona and Real Madrid meet in the first Clasico of the 2020-21 season on beIN SPORTS. Casillas . Barcelona produced a dazzling display of attacking football to hammer Real Madrid 5-0 and move top of the Primera Liga table. Former Real Madrid goalkeeper Eduardo Teus, who admitted that Madrid had "above all played hard", wrote in a newspaper: "the ground itself made Madrid concede two of the three goals, goals that were totally unfair". During the 1940s, Franco’s influence, if any, was hardly evident in the results of the Madrid team – during the first 14 years of his reign, they won a grand total of zero league titles and just two Cup crowns. Real Madrid 0, Barcelona 1. A $20,000 fee to change a wedding date? HTML-code: Copy. Piñeyro resigned in protest, complaining of "a campaign that the press has run against Barcelona for a week and which culminated in the shameful day at Chamartín". Associacao Chapecoense de Futbol: Melancholy in Medellin. To understand the match and the incredible result, we must go back in time and try and understand just what Spain was going through in the early 40s. Only played for Real Madrid between 1906-1908, Only played one game for Real Madrid in 1908. [51], While El Clásico is regarded as one of the fiercest rivalries in world football, there have been rare moments when fans have shown praise for a player on the opposing team. Real Madrid 11-1 Barcelona. At the end of it all, in 1939, Franco had proclaimed himself as ruler of all of Spain. His buyout clause was set at $180 million. Both teams should have scored at least one goal by now but it's still nil-nil. Real Madrid produced a dominant display in the Spanish Super Cup second leg to beat Barcelona 2-0 on the night and lift the trophy after a 5-1 aggregate win. As seen below, Barcelona leads Real Madrid 96–93 in terms of official overall trophies. "[40], The rivalry was intensified during the 1950s when the clubs disputed the signing of Alfredo Di Stéfano. [64][65][66] Iniesta's long spell at Barcelona had also ended after playing in 38 clashes from November 2004 to May 2018. As has been man’s thirst for power. 11: Real Madrid: Barcelona: 0–1 (0–0) Sastre (83) 3: 26 January 1930: 9: Barcelona: Real Madrid: 1–4 (0–3) Bestit (63) Rubio (10, 37), F. López (17), Lazcano (71) 4: 30 March 1930: 18: Real Madrid: Barcelona: 5–1 (3–0) Rubio (5, 23), Lazcano (42, 68, 72) Goiburu (84) 5: 1 February 1931: 9: Real Madrid: Barcelona: 0–0: 6: 5 April 1931: 18: Barcelona: Real Madrid: 3–1 (2–1) Ramón (12, 35, 73) Eugenio … It was no different for Spain in the near post-apocalyptic wasteland that was the early ‘40s.Ent… [72] While the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup is recognised as the predecessor to the UEFA Cup, and the Latin Cup is recognised as one of the predecessors of the European Cup, both were not organised by UEFA. Last updated 18/12/2019 . When someone claims bayonets and blood as the more reasonable of two options – you know things aren’t all that normal. The point is that they did not play at all." ... 11. The conflict between Real Madrid and Barcelona has long surpassed the sporting dimension,[15][16] so that elections to the clubs' presidencies are strongly politicized. By the time Barca had got to Madrid for the second leg, the atmosphere had been whipped up into a fevered frenzy. MOST POPULAR. VIDEOS GALLERIES. Barcelona and Real Madrid have never been relegated from La Liga. Joe Wright . "[34] Fernando Argila, Barcelona's reserve goalkeeper from the game, said, "There was no rivalry. What about Barcelona and Real Madrid, then? In 1980, Laurie Cunningham was the first Real Madrid player to receive applause from Barcelona fans at Camp Nou; after excelling during the match, and with Madrid winning 2–0, Cunningham left the field to a standing ovation from the locals. The day of the second leg, the Barcelona team were insulted and stones were thrown at their bus as soon as they left their hotel. N ovember 29, 2020 marks the tenth anniversary of Barcelona's 5-0 thrashing of Real Madrid at the Camp Nou.. Other than the UEFA Champions League Final, it is considered one of the biggest club football games in the world, and is among the most viewed annual sporting events. Real Madrid laid down a marker in the La Liga title race as they won 3-1 at Barcelona in the first Clasico of the season. Barcelona goalkeeper Lluis Miró rarely approached his line—when he did, he was armed with stones. They would become the voice of a people – the sole (safest, at least) avenues for open rebellion against their brutal oppressor. label.tag.season201617 label.duration 01:42:35 label.published 1 month ago 100 views Barça 5-0 Real Madrid (10/11) Full match. If the player broke the deal, he would have to pay Pérez $30 million in compensation. The article soon got its desired result, touching a raw nerve in the Castilian psyche and riling the Madrid fans to near boiling point. ufo2012maya Subscribe … This, in his (and apparently a lot many more) eyes, had represented a dilution of the Spanish national identity. [35], Barcelona fans were banned from traveling to Madrid. Along with Athletic Bilbao, they are the only clubs in La Liga to have never been relegated. Barcelona and Real Madrid have never been relegated from La Liga. Originally it referred only to those competitions held in the Spanish championship, but nowadays the term has been generalized, and … Barça 5-0 Real Madrid (10/11) … [29][30] According to polls released by CIS (Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas), Real Madrid is the favorite team of most of the Spanish residents, while Barcelona stands in the second position.