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LISTED! The Best and Worst Players in Real Madrid’s El Clasico Win over Barcelona

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The Best and Worst Players in Real Madrid's El Clasico Win over Barcelona

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In a thrilling match against Barcelona, Real Madrid showcased the brilliance of their attacking players despite the physical toll of a grueling midweek battle with Manchester City. The 3-2 victory at the Santiago Bernabeu not only secured all three points but also put them in a strong position to claim the La Liga title.

Real Madrid’s Best Player: Vinicius Junior

Vinicius Junior was the standout performer on the pitch, earning a well-deserved 8/10 rating. The Brazilian forward scored his seventh career goal against Barcelona from the penalty spot and provided a perfectly weighted cross to assist Lucas Vazquez for the second equalizer. Vinicius’ dynamic running and ability to drive his team forward were crucial in securing the victory. Without his contributions, Real Madrid’s chances of winning would have been slim.

Honorable Mention: Jude Bellingham

While not the player of the match, Jude Bellingham deserves an honorable mention for his game-winning goal in the 91st minute. This marked his third career goal against Barcelona and further solidified his status as a rising star for Real Madrid since joining the club in the 2023 summer transfer window.

Real Madrid’s Worst Player: Andriy Lunin

Andriy Lunin had a disappointing performance, earning a 4/10 rating. After receiving a standing ovation for his exceptional outing against Manchester City, he struggled against Barcelona. Both goals conceded can be attributed to some questionable goalkeeping from the Ukrainian. Lunin missed an attempted punched clearance from a corner kick, leading to the first goal. The second goal came from a rebounded save that fell right into the path of Fermin Lopez. It was simply an off day for the Madrid goalkeeper.

This article was updated 1 month ago


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