Sport has been intrinsically linked with the politics, society and the culture of civilizations from the dawn of recorded history. [52][54] In November 2005, Ronaldinho became the second Barcelona player to receive a standing ovation from Madrid fans at the Santiago Bernabéu. [6] In October 1999, Real Madrid forward Raúl silenced 100,000 Barcelona fans at the Camp Nou when he scored before he celebrated by putting a finger to his lips as if telling the crowd to be quiet. [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. ... 11. Barça Rookies. Barcelona's humiliated president was forced to resign by the Barcelona board, with the interim board cancelling Di Stéfano's contract. Barcelona stunned all of us, just like last year. [42] The 1960s saw the rivalry reach the European stage when they met twice at the European Cup, Real Madrid winning in 1960 and Barcelona winning in 1961. In the 65th minute of tonight’s Clasico, it was brought my attention that Real Madrid had outshot Barcelona 13 - 2 until that point. And by God, was there ever. 1:46. 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. 4. 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. 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. The organisation that unites ex-players from all FC Barcelona football teams. Consequently, UEFA does not consider clubs' records in the Fairs Cup nor Latin Cup to be part of their European record. ... Liverpool’s 7-0 win in south London meant any debate over that particular call could be squashed pretty quickly. Barça TV+. The third goal brought with it a sending off for Barcelona's Benito García after he made what Calvet claimed was a "completely normal tackle". Not, at least, until that game. 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. It had all started when, like so many of the modern world’s “bad guys”, El Generalísimo looked elsewhere – far away from his roots – in his quest for power. Never played any official match for Barcelona or Real Madrid but signed with both teams. Soon, with the implementation of any specific regional cultural practice or even speaking of a regional tongue in public punishable by imprisonment, the sole remaining bastions of local pride became the football teams. Barcelona produced a dazzling display of attacking football to hammer Real Madrid 5-0 and move top of the Primera Liga table. The point is that they did not play at all." Di Stéfano became integral in the subsequent success achieved by Real Madrid, scoring twice in his first game against Barcelona. There, they were given a whistle. 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. From Castile, and its famed capital – Madrid. Two days later, Isaac Cuenca extended his contract until 30 June 2015 … [41] After intervention from FIFA representative Muñoz Calero, it was decided that both Barcelona and Real Madrid had to share the player in alternate seasons. A campaign began in Madrid. They would become the voice of a people – the sole (safest, at least) avenues for open rebellion against their brutal oppressor. 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Barcelona vs Real Madrid, "BBC SPORT | Football | Alfredo Di Stefano: Did General Franco halt Barcelona transfer? Barça 5-0 Real Madrid (10/11) … 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. Basilo de la Morena had been caught out by the speed of the goals. When someone claims bayonets and blood as the more reasonable of two options – you know things aren’t all that normal. As has been man’s thirst for power. 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. [61], In recent years, the rivalry has been "encapsulated" by the rivalry between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Forgetting (or more accurately, ignoring) his Galician roots, he set about crushing regionalism wherever it sprouted, and aimed at establishing the dominance of Castile and the Castilian Spanish dialect over the entirety of Spanish Iberia, concentrating all of the nation’s power in the capital city. Real Madrid vs Barcelona All Goals and Full Highlights | 21-11-2015 HD | English CommentaryOnce again. [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. Mourinho's men toppled from summit after Camp Nou rout [19][24][25], The image for both clubs was further affected by the creation of Ultras groups, some of which became hooligans. [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%. 3. "[40], The rivalry was intensified during the 1950s when the clubs disputed the signing of Alfredo Di Stéfano. 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’. 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. Real Madrid 0, Barcelona 2. [59], Both clubs have a global fanbase: they are the world's two most followed sports teams on social media—on Facebook, as of July 2018, Real Madrid has 107 million fans, Barcelona has 103 million fans, on Instagram, Real Madrid has 60 million followers, Barcelona has 57 million followers. [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 “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. [28], For many people, Barcelona is still considered as "the rebellious club", or the alternative pole to "Real Madrid's conservatism". Gaspart later admitted, "Figo's move destroyed us. Real Madrid has created more chances today but Barcelona has been the better side in the final third. Last updated 18/12/2019 . Only played one match for Barcelona in the, Burns, Jimmy, 'Don Patricio O’Connell: An Irishman and the Politics of Spanish Football' in ", Copa Eva Duarte (Defunct) is not listed as an official title by the UEFA, but it is, "el clásico, en minúscula y sin comillas", "Lionel Messi Reaches $50 Million-A-Year Deal With Barcelona", "Is Messi vs. Ronaldo Bigger Than The Super Bowl? Real Madrid 0-1 Barcelona: Rakitic sends Barca 10 points clear in La Liga. No. [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]. Real Madrid 0, Barcelona 1. [39] Another newspaper called the scoreline "as absurd as it was abnormal". [18], As early as the 1930s, Barcelona "had developed a reputation as a symbol of Catalan identity, opposed to the centralising tendencies of Madrid". Only one of them happened. Others had whistles handed to them with their tickets." As has been man’s thirst for power. Real Madrid won the second leg with a flabbergasting 11-1 win, leading 8-0 at the break. The article soon got its desired result, touching a raw nerve in the Castilian psyche and riling the Madrid fans to near boiling point. 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. [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. 15 of the 28 hat-tricks came from FC Barcelona players. It is here that things descended from pretty damn scary to downright chilling. Di Stéfano had impressed both Barcelona and Real Madrid while playing for Los Millionarios in Bogotá, Colombia, during a players' strike in his native Argentina. Both teams should have scored at least one goal by now but it's still nil-nil. "[43], The only way Barcelona could prevent Figo's transfer to Real Madrid was to pay the penalty clause, $30 million. - … Never played an official match for Barcelona. 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. Real Madrid leads in head-to-head results in competitive matches with 97 wins to Barcelona's 96; Barcelona leads in exhibition matches with 19 victories to Madrid's 4 and in total matches with 115 wins to Madrid's 101 as of the match played on 24 October 2020. 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. Barcelona's new president, Joan Gaspart, called the media and told them, "Today, Figo gave me the impression that he wanted to do two things: get richer and stay at Barça." [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. Sign up Now. You see, the focal point of General Franco’s hatred for the erstwhile Republic had been the granting of semi-autonomy to the nation’s two most important and diverse regions – the Basque country and Catalonia. No. "[34] Fernando Argila, Barcelona's reserve goalkeeper from the game, said, "There was no rivalry. 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. Moved to the capital of Spain for studying purposes and joined Real Madrid. Athletic Bilbao (then known as Atlético Bilbao – a direct effect of Franco’s “Castilan-Spanish only” decree) and Barcelona (their famous initials Futbol Club changed to Club de Football at the time), the two great footballing teams of their region, would become as – Barcelona’s motto till date says – “Mes que un club”. It was a Clasico that had it all, from incredible team goals, hot … For other uses, see, Team kits – Real Madrid in white, Barcelona in blue and red, Head-to-head ranking in La Liga (1929–2020), Most consecutive matches without conceding a goal, Does not include a goal scored in the friendly. The conflict between Real Madrid and Barcelona has long surpassed the sporting dimension, so that elections to the clubs' presidencies are strongly politicized. Barcelona and Real Madrid have never been relegated from La Liga. "[36], Real Madrid went 2–0 up within half an hour. Barcelona 0-0 Real Madrid: Gareth Bale denied by VAR in El Clasico stalemate. [41] This ended the long struggle for Di Stéfano, as he moved definitively to Real Madrid.[41]. 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. Villaverde complained about the game on their social media accounts, as Real Madrid's Under-9s dealt them a 31-0 defeat. From the section European Football. Sport has been intrinsically linked with the politics, society and the culture of civilizations from the dawn of recorded history. 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. 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. Primera División Match Report for Real Madrid v Deportivo Alavés on 28 November 2020, includes all goals and incidents. Old rivals Barcelona and Real Madrid meet in the first Clasico of the 2020-21 season on beIN SPORTS. Madrid's José Llopis Corona recalled, "At which point, they got a bit demoralized," while Mur countered, "at which point, we thought: 'go on then, score as many as you want'." More pertinently, the first leg played at Les Corts had seen the Blaugrana toy with Los Blancos as they strode to a commanding 3-0 win. a bottle just missed Sospedra that would have killed him if it had hit him. [6] Cristiano Ronaldo twice gestured to the hostile crowd to “calm down” after scoring against Barcelona at the Nou Camp in 2012 and 2016. 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. Assisted by Andrés Iniesta with a through ball. 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. This article is about the FC Barcelona–Real Madrid CF rivalry. Jeffren : AM 9. Villaverde complained about the game on their social media accounts, as Real Madrid's Under-9s dealt them a 31-0 defeat. Luis Suarez scores twice as Barcelona move six points clear at the top of La Liga with a 4-0 win at Real Madrid. 11 September 2010 2: Real Madrid: 1–0: Osasuna: Madrid: 20:00 CEST ... Real Madrid: 0–2: Barcelona: Madrid, Spain: 20:45 CEST : Arbeloa 40 ' Ramos 53 ' Pepe 61 ' Adebayor 83 ' Report: Alves 44 ' Pinto 45+2 ' Mascherano 57 ' Messi 76 ', 87 ' Stadium: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu Attendance: 71,567 Referee: Wolfgang Stark Man of the Match: Messi: Note: Unused substitute José Manuel Pinto was sent off for … No. Enter, Stage (Far) Right, General Francisco Franco. 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 azulgranas had played badly, really badly, the scoreboard would still not have reached that astronomical figure. This would mean suppressing the fiercely independent language and culture of the Basques and the Catalans. Find Real Madrid vs Barcelona result on Yahoo Sports. Only played for Real Madrid between 1906-1908, Only played one game for Real Madrid in 1908. 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. If the player broke the deal, he would have to pay Pérez $30 million in compensation. 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. Enrique Piñeyro Queralt, the Barca president at the time – an ardent Franco loyalist (appointed to the post by the Franco administration for the de-politicization of the club) – got so disillusioned by it all that he resigned soon after the game. Barcelona's striker Mariano Gonzalvo said of the incident, "Five minutes before the game had started, our penalty area was already full of coins." In the leader’s own words – "Our regime is based on bayonets and blood, not on hypocritical elections.". During the dictatorships of Miguel Primo de Rivera and of Francisco Franco, all regional languages and identities in Spain were frowned upon and restrained. With him, Madrid won the initial five European Champions Cup competitions. [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. [35], Barcelona fans were banned from traveling to Madrid. In 2000, Real Madrid's then-presidential candidate, Florentino Pérez, offered Barcelona's vice-captain Luís Figo $2.4 million to sign an agreement binding him to Madrid if he won the elections. 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 won their third consecutive game at the Bernabeu after beating Real Madrid by three goals. That fateful day the great football club had their backsides handed to them in an 11-1 thrashing that would send shockwaves through the football-mad nation. [96] VIDEOS GALLERIES. Note: FIFA recognized the winner of the Intercontinental Cup as a World Champion. In 1980, Ultras Sur was founded as a far-right-leaning Real Madrid ultras group, followed in 1981 by the foundation of the initially left-leaning and later on far-right, Barcelona ultras group Boixos Nois. Barcelona goalkeeper Lluis Miró rarely approached his line—when he did, he was armed with stones. (Samaranch would of course move past that to become a Franco favourite, and chairman of the International Olympic Committee, but that's another story). Barcelona and Real Madrid have never been relegated from La Liga. [17][21] During the Franco dictatorship, most citizens of Barcelona were in strong opposition to the fascist-like régime. Several accusations of unsportsmanlike behaviour from both teams and a war of words erupted throughout the fixtures which included four red cards. Starting Line-up: 4-2-3-1 Substitutes 1. Real Madrid has more shots on target, while Barcelona has made more interceptions. Live. Five players have been able to score more than one hat trick: This page was last edited on 30 November 2020, at 15:29. MOST POPULAR. 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. REAL MADRID have secured a crucial win in a pulsating El Clasico. Both Real Madrid … [45] In his third season with Real Madrid, the 2002 Clásico at Camp Nou produced one of the defining images of the rivalry. 20:56 18/12/2019 . 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. That would have effectively meant paying the fifth highest transfer fee in history to sign their own player. Enjoy one of the best matches of 'Pep's Team' against Real Madrid at Camp Nou 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. The following day, 24 July, Figo was presented in Madrid and handed his new shirt by Alfredo Di Stéfano. Barça's most special fans! 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.

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