The biggest game in the world of football as regarded by many called El Clasico holds tomorrow April 10. The clash between the two Spanish Giants Real Madrid and FC Barcelona would see many football fans come together again to support their favorite club and stars.
Real Madrid will be hosting FC Barcelona at home for the second leg of El Clasico this season as the first leg saw Zinedine Zidane’s men took advantage of winning Barcelona at Camp Nou by 3-1.
The first goal of the match was scored 5 minutes into the first half of the game with an equalizer 3 minutes after the first goal which ended the first half with a 1-1 draw. The two winning goals later came from Captain of Real Madrid Sergio Ramos and Luka Modric at the 63rd and 90th minutes of the game.
Mateu Lahoz who was named to be the official referee of this crucial encounter tomorrow is injured and will now be replaced by Gil Manzano as seen below:
It’s official: Mateu Lahoz replaced by Gil Manzano for tomorrow’s El Clasico after suffering an injury. https://t.co/dmkEAg5UU9
— Lucas Navarrete (@LucasNavarreteM) April 9, 2021
History has it that the most important highlight or thing that would still be missing in the present El Clasico encounter and in the future is the rivalry between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi to see who is better than the other as those who grew up to witness both rivalry may have experienced the best years of football.
Tomorrow’s result for both teams means a lot as they wish to close the gap with Atletico Madrid after losing their last match to Sevilla by 1-0. A win for either side could be the catalyst for La Liga glory.
Real Madrid are unbeaten in their last 7 home games with six wins and 1 draw while Barca are unbeaten in the last 9 games of La Liga. The last time Barca Lost in La Liga was last year 5th of December to Cadiz CF by 2-1.
Atletico Madrid are presently on top of the league with 66 points and Barcelona sitting in the second position with 65 points followed by Real Madrid with 63 points.
Key players like Eden Hazard, Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane are unlikely to meet up with the crucial encounter for Real Madrid due to some level of injuries while Gerard Pique and Anssumane Fati will be missing for Barca.