El Classico: A Tale Of Two Super powers
Tomorrow two of the biggest teams in world football will playing for everything, pride, honor, respect and supremacy in the El Classico. To these two teams, it is not just about the game, it is everything for their cities and families.
Can Barcelona Stop Real Madrid tomorrow?
Real Madrid will be hosting Barcelona at the Santiango Bernabeu in a game that could potentially decide where the La Liga title will end up.
For Barcelona, this is the only trophy that will still matter to them and they will be going all out to hurt Real Madrid while the boys from the capital will be hoping that this will hand them the La Liga title.
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Barcelona will come out to close the gap between them and Real Madrid and possibly go top of the table till when Ral Madrid play their game in hand.
Real Madrid have this game to worry about and also a Madrid derby tie against their arch neighbors Athletico after they were drawn to play each other in the UEFA Champions League final.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been having trouble scoring goals this season but after netting a hatrick against Bayern Munich midweek, Zidane will be hoping that his star player will deliver tomorrow.
Madrid will also be depending on teh entire team that seems to be very high on spirit after the weaker team of Madrid managed to win last weekend without the big boys.
Barcelona will be without key player Neyamr Jr after he was suspended for this game thanks to his clapping to the referee for giving him a red card.
So Luiz Enrique will look to Messi, Suarez and Iniesta for any signs of hope in tomorrow’s game which be everything for them.
This particular game will also be very interesting and Ramos and Pique will finally try to square it off on the pitch after each claimed that the officials awarded the other wins in the champions league.
For the two defenders, no love is lost as they have no admiration for each other. Ramos will be hoping to add onto his already big tally against Barcelona.
Messi comes into tomorrow’s game knowing that just one goal will break the record that has been held for so long by Alfredo Di Stefano in the El Classico. Currently Di Stefano has 14 goals.
Author: Moses Echodu
Moses is a Ugandan writer and blogger. Studied information technology with major interests in Journalism.He is passionate about sports but at times ventures into other fields
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