The El Classico is not just a game or a derby but a big rivalry between Real Madrid and Barcelona where at most cases we witness even fights from this game.
Last night Real Madrid proved to be the king by defeating the fully fleged Barcelona squad. Madrid were lacking players like Sagio Ramos and Eden Hazard but this was not a problem to them.
They managed to score their two goals in the first 30 minutes before Barcelona made their Mark in the 60th minute and later a late red card drama after Cassemiro was shown matching orders leaving Real Madrid Helpless.
Real Madrid are now top of the laliga table with Atletico Madrid having game at hand to go top. Last night performance will make real Madrid ruthless to Liverpool which in turn will be a big problem to Chelsea.
Chelsea will play Real Madrid in the Champions League Semifinals given that the two holds their advantage on Tuesday. The fact that Real Madrid is an away team can prove difficult for Chelsea to read their game and over turn the score.
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