Barcelona have closed the gap on Real Madrid to 12 points and they do have a game in hand. The title race is not over, although logic still says that Real will go on to clinch the trophy. Barça squandered too many points early on in the campaign.
It’s a result that sits alongside the legendary 5-0 of 1974, the unforgettable 6-2 of 2009 and the majestic 4-0 of 2015.
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Real Madrid’s five-Clasico winning streak was destroyed, rather effortlessly, at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday.
Heading into the clash, one knew that Barcelona had discovered something special under Xavi Hernandez. The team was performing at an unprecedented level, and the same was expected to continue against their arch-rivals.
The one position that worried Cules ahead of the clash was right-back. Vinicius Jr was arguably Real Madrid’s most in-form player available for the Clasico, and controlling him would account for so much of the result.