It is rare that either Barcelona and Real Madrid enter an El Clasico at the back of a loss. It is even rarer that both teams are preparing for it at the back of defeat.
Over the midweek, Real Madrid lost 2-1 to Bayern Munich on Tuesday night, with a goal from Mario Gomez breaking the deadlock after Frank Ribery and Mesut Ozil had scored. Barcelona too returned to Spain empty handed after being frustrated by Chelsea who scored via Didier Drogba and virtually defended for the rest of the game. Fortsätt läsa El Clasico is back!
The 1-2 home defeat against Barcelona at the first leg of Copa clasico has made it difficult for Real Madrid to survive the second leg match. It is a matter of life and death, and their goal is to maintain the Copa Trophy. But firstly, they have to win the next clasico with at least 2 goals gap.
Last night, Cristiano Ronaldo scored the only goal for Real Madrid. However, it might be harder for him to do the same at Camp Nou, knowing his goal statistic at Barca homeground is consider low. Until now, Ronaldo only recorded 1 goal at Camp Nou, which on last season’s Copa final.
So, the real question is, can Ronaldo help Real Madrid to snatch 2 goals at Camp Nou and leave nothing for the host ??