A demolishing Barcelona exposes Real Madrid’s deficiencies

Report by Andrew Hill

The Camp Nou stadium witnessed a lesson of football at its highest expression and surrendered to the feet of their players, for the disgrace of Genuine Madrid followers.

When you defy the laws of physics you have two possibilities: accept your impotence to go from them or discover the hard way. And when the law that you are making an attempt to defy is gravity and you are not prepared to accept your restrictions, a large fall will be awaiting for you to educate you a lesson. This is the explanation about True Madrid’s resounding defeat in “El Clasico” from Spain versus Barcelona for 5-. A staff that was flying higher in all three competitions in dispute -Copa del Rey, Liga and Champions League- where they had not recognized what a defeat was, till Barcelona taught them a easy rule in Planet Earth: everything that goes up, ought to ultimately come down.

The individual accountable of defying gravity was Real Madrid head coach Jose Mourinho, who was easily sitting on a cloud bragging about his success and how he had frustrated Barcelona as former Chelsea and Inter coach. Then the Portuguese sticker Cristiano Ronaldo followed his countryman’s steps, and mentioned that Barcelona could never score eight objectives from -which they didn’t, but they arrived really near to- them, spicing issues even much more prior to the Monday’s game.

With their feet on the ground, Barcelona head coach Joseph Guardiola and his players played deaf ears and waited to give a response on the pitch. They averted all provocations and just focused on getting truthful to their style, that one that the legendary Johan Cruyff -former Barcelona coach and player- implemented in 1989 with the beginning of his dream group, a squad that didn’t just emphasis in winning by all means, but winning with a beautiful game, exactly where the ball did most of the working instead of the gamers.

The last 4 games against Barcelona had been absolutely nothing but a nightmare for Genuine Madrid, and the fifth a single was not going to be an exception. The very first 18 minutes of the first fifty percent where sufficient for Barcelona to decide the game, thanks to the objectives from Xavi soon after support from Iniesta, and Pedro who obtained the courtesy from Villa. Mourinho pictured what was waiting for them in the 2nd fifty percent, and determined to sacrifice his playmaker Ozil for a defensive midfielder: Lass. But the tale was already written and there was practically nothing he could do about it.

With a True Madrid currently resigned, Barcelona didn’t have to fear about defending -as a truth the white team only attained Valdez aim when in the final 45 minutes- and continued with their demolishing attacks, which led into Villa’s 3rd and fourth goal. With the result in their pocket, Guardiola did three substitutions: Bojan, Keita and Jeffren for Villa, Xavi and Pedro, which have been unnoticed, as Barcelona continued developing goal options and managing the game at their satisfaction. Bojan even had two possibilities to score, but it was Jeffren who scored the fifth and last goal of the match.

With their eternal rival humiliated and the 1st location of the Liga BBVA taken away from them -Barcelona is the new and solo leader with 34 points, two far more than Genuine Madrid- there was nothing else for the red and blue crew to do, but to wait for the final whistle. However for the present, Actual Madrid’s defender Ramos misplaced his head and violently kicked Messi from behind, producing the disapproval from his rivals, and that led to his red card. Nevertheless impotent with the predicament, Ramos had one a lot more sample of his lack of sportsmanship, and he pushed Puyol in the encounter, which made the captain drop to the ground, followed my yet another push in Xavi’s confront before lastly leaving the pitch.

It was a unfortunate behavior from Ramos, but it clearly exemplified the feeling of impotence and stress from all Genuine Madrid gamers and followers, that couldn’t digest what was heading on. Barcelona taught them a lesson about humbleness, and the so awaited response to Mourinho’s and Ronaldo’s provocations was translated into ambitions.

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