Neither Lionel Messi nor Cristiano Ronaldo were decider in the Saturday’s El Clasico game. The truth is that both the Argentine and the Portuguese who were looked upon to be the saviours of their sides were infact not really visible in the game.
The game began on a slow mood with both side not ready to take the risk of being under counter attack from its opponent. The first half went on with opportunities of Real Madrid scoring but did not convert their chances. The second half saw the header goal by Luis Suarez but was later nullified by another header goal from Sergio Ramos.
The Saturday’s game that ended 1-1 draw between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid was officiated by Cloe Gomez. The referee made some tight calls and decisions which had favoured one side to the determent of the other side.
The Clasico game is not just an ordinary game between two clubs. It is a fixture and stage to see the biggest sporting rivalry in history. The game is scheduled to kick off at 4:15 on Saturday (today) and we expect the world to view the game. But the attention the Clasico draws is unheard of.
The two best players in the world will play against themselves in today’s game. With Lionel Messi generally accepted as the all time best player, Cristiano Ronaldo is a player that battles that position with Leo year after year.
On Saturday (today) by 4:15 pm CET, the big game between the two Spanish giants will kick off. The biggest rivalry in the history of football will show case talents of professional footballers in Spain. While Luis Enrique already has his lineup pen down against Real Madrid and so it is for Zidane’s Real Madrid.
Former coach of Real Madrid Fabio Capello have also given his take on the Clasico scheduled to kick off on Saturday. The Italian coach have professed that The Whites are a bit better than The Blaugranas.
In an interactive session on Facebook, Iker Casillas spoke about the upcoming El Clasico that will be played on December 3. The former Real Madrid goalkeeper revealed the side which he supports in the big game.
The President of La Liga Javier Tebas have finally opened up on the upcoming game between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid that will be played in Camp Nou. Tebas who has already declared he’s a Real Madrid fan, have revealed today (Wednesday) who he’ll support on Saturday’s big game. Although he was not direct about it.