11th April 2021
The football fans are going wild after the remarkable display from Real Madrid at the 2020/2021 El-Classico match. Madrid celebrates a memorable victory after a wonderful match against Barcelona which in turn put them high, leading the Laliga table, dropping Atletico Madrid to the 2nd place, and Barcelona in the 3rd place. However, the Los Blancos has set a record after the huge victory over the Catalans.
Real Madrid took the charge just at the first half of the game dominating against Barcelona and scoring all the goals of the game just within 20 minutes. The Los Blancos captain, Karim Benzema took the pleasure of opening the score sheets with a wonderful backheel goal after a fabulous assist from Vasquez. Still, Madrid doubled their lead just within 10 minutes with a terrific free-kick from Kroos which deflected into the back of the net giving Madrid a 2-0 lead before the second half.
However, even though Ronald Koeman's men tried hard to get their feet back into the game in the second half, the Catalans could only recover 1 goal after a stroke from Mingueza, and hence finishing off with a 2-1 defeat. Speaking of victory, Real Madrid has not only won this season's El-Classico but has also set a new record in the history of football. Real Madrid has successfully won both Classicos in a single Laliga season for the first time since 2007/2008.
It was indeed a wonderful, memorial night for the team and a day they will forever cherish. Dear sports fans, kindly express your happiness by sharing your thoughts using the comment section below. Thank you for reading.
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