Real Madrid vs Barcelona Live Streaming Online Free Channels, Live Results Scores: Spain Copa del Rey Final Scores, Results, Highlights, Updates – Tonight is the second meeting in four days betweenBarcelona and Real Madrid. The Barcelona vs Real Madrid game will be played at Estadia Mestalla in Valencia.The match held on Saturday ended up in a 1-1 draw at Santiago Bernabeu. Important facts about Real Madrid and Barcelona: Barcelona has won 25 Copa del Rey and Real Madrid has won 17.The last time Pep Guardiola´s team won the tropy was in 2009 while the last time Real Madrid won the trophy was in 1993.
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Real Madrid doing themselves no favors by surrounding the referee after every foul they feel was wrongly called against them. Surely the referee will tired of this.
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Barcelona vs Real Madrid: David Villa and Arbeloa get in to it after Villa is forced to his feet by two Madrid players and doesn’t appreciate it in the least. Arbeloa and Villa went down together and Arbeloa, who got up first, treaded right on Villa’s ankle. Hard to tell if it was deliberate but it was ugly and he’s probably lucky to still be on the pitch. After some pushing and shoving, order is restored but David Villa had every reason to be upset there.
In the 29th minute, Ozil finds a slashing Ronaldo with a lovely pass but Cristiano can’t quite reach the ball and it’s picked up easily by Jose Pinto. Great play from Ozil and Barcelona have been caught like that a couple times already, surely Guardiola won’t be pleased about that.
The last time Real Madrid and Barcelona met was in 1990 when Barcelona won 2-0 on the same stadium as tonight.In total these two great teams have met five times in the Copa del Rey Final in which Real Madrid won two and Barcelona three.
Real Madrid vs Barcelona Team Lineups for El Clasico 2011
Real Madrid: Casillas, Ramos, Marcelo, Albiol, Carvalho, Pepe, Khedira, Xabi Alonso, Di Maria, Ronaldo, Benzema.
Subs: Dudek, Arbeloa, Garay, Kaka, Adebayor, Higuain, Ozil.
Barcelona: Valdes, Alves, Adriano, Pique, Puyol, Busquets, Xavi, Iniesta, Pedro, Messi, Villa.
Subs: Pinto, Maxwell, Milito, Afellay, Thiago, Fontas, Keita.
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We will have to wait and see if tonight Real Madrid will be able to win the trophy.
The forward has netted 41 goals this season and only one away from equalling his personal best over the course of one season.
But Jose Mourinho’s side will not only be about one man – at least they hope it will not be against a Barcelona side that several of leading pundits picked as unbeatable this season.
Barcelona vs Real Madrid Tonight will play:
For Real Madrid:Iker Casillas will get the start in goal.Alvaro Arbeloa,Sergio Ramos,Marcelo and Carvalho represent the defense.Also Mourinho added Emmanuel Adebayor and Mesut Ozil alongside Ronaldo.
For Barcelona: José Manuel Pinto; Dani Alves, Gerard Piqué, Javier Mascherano, Adriano; Xavi, Sergio Busquets, Andrés Iniesta; Lionel Messi, David Villa and Pedro Rodríguez.
Real Madrid vs Barcelona Live Results, Updates: El Clasico Live Stream Online Free Channels
Real Madrid vs Barcelona Results Updates Live – El Clasico Live Stream Online Rivalries don’t get nicknames like “El Clasico” by delivering a small amount of passion or virtuosity. A 1-1 draw in the first game of this year’s four-game, 18-day Clasico-thon ensured Barca the Spanish League title, but each of the remaining three games in this year’s model have significance all their own – Wednesday’s meeting will determine the winner of Spain’s Copa del Rey, and the teams’ next two games against each other will decide which advances to the pan-European Champions League finals. “It is a soccer drama in four acts, played out over 18 days and with the outcome entirely unpredictable,” Grahame L. Jones writes in the Los Angeles Times.
Given how good both teams have historically been, this sort of significance has attended seemingly every recent Clasico. But this rivalry being what it is, these games would mean a lot even if a lot weren’t at stake. And that El Clasico has 108 years of history behind it – and innumerable, um, classic games – does tend to raise the stakes a bit.
Most notably, though, the Copa del Rey final’s outcome was made that much harder to predict by last week’s draw in the first leg of the four-game battle. “[That game] was judged not so much on its own merits, as on the basis of what it might mean for the rest of the matches; not so much a match in its own right as the first chapter in an epic saga,” Sports Illustrated’s Sid Lowe writes. “A draw allowed both teams and their ‘entornos‘ (the infamous ‘entourage’) to think – and, importantly, say that they thought – that they are well placed for what comes next. There were mixed emotions on both sides of the divide; concerns and confidence in Castilla and Catalunya.” Of course there were – it’s El Clasico, and it’s like that.
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