Finally, the time has come. FC Barcelona have almost wrapped up La Liga and Real Madrid have been crowned the Copa Del Rey champions. Now these two giants meet in the first semi-final of UEFA Champions League. TheHardTackle presents the match preview and other facts.
Real Madrid and Valencia shared 9 goals amongst themselves and Lionel Messi went on to score his 50th of the season. TheHardTackle presents the action from sunny Spain.
With 10 more points to mathematically seal the league, Barcelona welcomes Osasuna. After a disappointing Cope Del Ray final, a chance to bounce back for Barca. TheHardTackle presents the match preview and other facts.
After claiming the Copa Del Rey, Real Madrid travel again to the Mestalla to face Valencia in a very important Liga match before the Clasico fever kicks off.TheHardTackle presents the preview
The Copa Del Rey triumph over Barcelona was truly for the ‘true’ Madridistas. Madridismo stands for honor, sacrifice and willing to work hard. “One for all and all for one”.
El Clasico overshadowed La Liga's other fixtures this week. However the La Liga enters a decisive phase with everything to play for.
The match at the Santiago Bernabeu promised be a tactical battle between possibly the best coaches in the world, and it turned out to be just that. Even with 10 men, Real Madrid proved to be just enough for the Blaugrana and this will give immense confidence to the Madridistas ahead of the remaining three clashes. Next stop is the Mestella.
It's been an uncharacteristically silent buildup from both sides to the biggest game in club football, with Barcelona staying quietly confident and Madrid plotting their downfall. Will the Cules whitewash the Blancos again?
Spain has always been a country where the Catalans and Castilian were at loggerheads with each other. FC Barcelona, the Catalan flag-bearer and Real Madrid, the unofficially official club of Spain have always had it bitter on the pitch. This edition of El Clasico is no exception. TheHardTackle brings to you five such pulsating matches
A sort of training ground match which confirmed that Spurs need reinforcements and Real have the players, but not the coherency to execute what they want.