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El Clasico: Barca beats Real for second time in four days

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El Clasico: Barca beats Real for second time in four days

El Clasico: Barca beats Real for second time in four days

Barcelona once again beat Real Madrid with a score of 1-0 in the Santiago Bernabeu stadium.

According to CNN, this comes after Barca had another “Clasico” defeat of 3-0.

Now Barcelona is ahead 10 points of Atletico Madrid and 12 of Real Madrid.

Although both sides had opportunities to make some goals, Ivan Rakitic put Barca ahead.

The game seemed to get intense when captain Sergio Ramos appeared to purposely elbow Lionel Messi.

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