Incontestably the most famous and successful clubs on Planet earth Barcelona and Real Madrid not only because of the most following on Facebook both with over 100,000,000 million but also because of having the world’s greatest footballers ever Messi and Ronaldo are making football on earth and Laliga more intriguing.
Although knocked out of the European Champions League by Italian side Juventus recently, Barca turned towards domestic league to enjoy great margin wins. Specifically against Osasuna, Luis Enrique’s side won 7 – 1 as Leo Messi grabbed a brace in 12’ and 61’, A. Gomes scored at 30’ and 57’, Paco Alcacer 64’ and 86’ and J. Mascherano made a record of scoring for the first time in his seven years career with the club from a spot kick at 67’ while Torres scored the only goal for relegation victim Osasuna.
On the other side Real Madrid in a foreign pitch unremorsefully saw their opponents Deportivo La coruna’s net six times and allowing them only access theirs twice making the competition tighter than ever. Although Zinadine Zidane made changes that excluded Ronaldo, Bale [Seemingly injured], Modric and Benzema, Madrid was still too big for their opponents as Isco did a number of notable things.
Alvaro Morata scored as early 60 seconds, James Rodriquez took the lead to two by 14’ Andone grabbed La Coruna’s first goal at 35’ whereas Vazquez strike at 44 put the visitors in a comfortable lead, Isco and Casemiro scored the fifth and sixth goals at 77’ and 87’ respectively as Joselu scored a consolation for the home side at 84’.
Barcelona and Real Madrid seat first and second on the Laliga table respectively with 78 points each although Barcelona has played one more game ahead of Madrid which gives Zidane’s better chance to break the plague of four La-Liga trophy-less seasons. The Blancos will host Valencia on Saturday as Barcelona will be away to Espanyol on Saturday as well.
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