Barcelona Embarrass Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabeu


PIERRE-EMERICK Aubameyang scored twice as Barcelona, ​​who are undergoing a revitalization, put in a capable performance to inflict a humiliating 4-0 defeat on their eternal rivals, Real Madrid in La Liga match, Monday (21/3) this morning WIB.

The big win was even more memorable because it was scored by Barcelona at home to Carlo Ancelotti’s team, who are currently topping the La Liga standings.

The packed Santiago Bernabeu stadium watched the game almost silently as Barca, who are much better off under new coach Xavi Hernandez, dominated the Clasico from the start.

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Ousmane Dembele and Ferran Torres repeatedly exposed the weakness of Real’s defense from both wings.

Barca then opened the scoring in the 29th minute from Aubameyang’s header which sent Dembele’s cross into the Real Madrid net.

Barca kept up the tempo against the disorganized and at the same time lifeless Real Madrid.

They extended their lead when defender Ronald Araujo headed home from Dembele’s corner into the Madrid goal.

Ancelotti tried to change the dynamic by substituting two of his players at half-time but Barca scored in the first minute of the second half with Torres’ corner after Aubameyang’s cross from his heel.

Five minutes later, former Manchester City forward Ferran Torres set up Aubameyang for the former Arsenal striker to score his second.

Barca continued to create chances to increase their lead, but Real goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois avoided an even more painful defeat. (Ant/OL-1)