#Barcelona vs Real Madrid


Real Madrid outthink Barcelona in Clasico, Man United exposed by Liverpool, Messi and PSG misfire

The soccer world was focused on a "Super Sunday" that saw Barcelona host Real Madrid (and lose) before Manchester United hosted Liverpool (and lost), with grudge matches between Inter Milan and Juventus as well as Marseille vs. Paris Saint-Germain. But the entire weekend delivered drama and talking points for Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Chelsea, Jose Mourinho's Roma and much, much more. (Oh and Mohamed Salah might be the best player in the world right now?)
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With Barca and Madrid in crisis, Clasico takes back seat to Champions League ties vs. Ukrainian opposition

The greatest fixture in the history of football, Real Madrid vs. Barcelona, is balanced on a knife edge. After 119 years of playing Clasicos, making up 246 matches, the record stands: Madrid 98 wins, Barca 96. They've divvied up the goals almost equally -- Madrid 410, Barcelona 401 -- during all those thrills and spills it's divided the world, winning new fans on every continent, while the astronomical viewing figures have grown higher than ever before. It has literally become a phenomenon.

When and where to see FC Barcelona v Real Madrid

The first Clásico of the season is an unusually early start at Camp Nou on Sunday. It's a 4.15pm kick-off local time and this page will help you to work out what time that will be where you are in the world. We also list the broadcasters that hold the...
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Real Madrid excels as Barcelona struggles, Atletico stutters

MADRID (AP) Real Madrid, Real Sociedad and Sevilla are the ones getting things done in La Liga. After the first 10 matches, it’s close at the top with six teams within three points of the lead. Madrid is the powerhouse looking the best as defending champion Atletico Madrid stutters because...

The Diminished State of El Clásico

It turns out that sometimes there are consequences. Overspend recklessly, act with little sense of solidarity with the rest of the league, pursue a series of short-term populist measures and, in the end, it will all catch up with you. For a long time, El Clásico was the highlight of the domestic European calendar, the game the world stopped to watch. Sunday’s meeting at Camp Nou feels as though it has almost crept up, a game between seventh and second in the table, one that nobody can even begin to pretend is anything like the best football being played in Europe this season.