The Catalans came out on top in a one-sided Clasico - even without their best player for almost an hour - to leave serious doubts over the future of this latest Real project
Saturday, November 21, 2015
Luis Enrique says Barcelona's 4-0 Clasico win at Real Madrid will go down in history.
Having been applauded off by Real Madrid fans, Andres Iniesta thanked the Santiago Bernabeu faithful and praised Barcelona's victory.
The Portugal international's performance in the Blancos 4-0 thrashing at home to Barcelona was bad enough to trigger widespread jeering from his own supporters
Two goals from Luis Suarez and one each for Neymar and Andres Iniesta ensured Luis Enrique's side claimed an emphatic win over its fierce rival in Saturday's Clasico clash.
Two goals from Luis Suarez helped Barcelona to a 4-0 thrashing of Real Madrid in the Clasico at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Luis Enrique's men went six points clear at the top of the Spanish Primera Division as they blew away their Clasico rivals at the Santiago Bernabeu.
La Liga hosts one of the biggest games of any weekend as the Blaugrana travel to the Santiago Bernabeu for the Clasico
The former Barcelona president says the Catalan club must take care of its Brazilian forward and ensure that he stays at Camp Nou for many years to come.
We run down the famous fans of Real Madrid and Barcelona, from Snoop Dogg to Shakira.
The French forward is ready to return after more than a month on the sidelines, and while he has been wrapped up in controversy, he has been badly missed, writes Ben Hayward.
Will Lionel Messi and Keylor Navas start? How fit are Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema? There are several question marks surrounding the first Clasico of the 2015-16 season.
Lionel Messi is set to make his Barcelona return in El Clasico, although the club has not exactly struggled in his absence.
The star duo have won six of the seven awards to date - so who was the only player to disrupt their duopoly?
Atletico Madrid has struggled for goals of late but Luciano Vietto hopes to see a change when the side travels to face Real Betis on Sunday.
Friday, November 20, 2015
Goal takes a look at what is making the headlines across Europe on Saturday morning.
Real Madrid boss Rafa Benitez insists there is no story to tell relating to dressing room discontent ahead of Saturday's Clasico.
Lionel Messi is not 100 percent fit but will be in the Barcelona squad for the Clasico, Luis Enrique has confirmed.
The Real Madrid defender is desperate to be ready to take on Barcelona in the Clasico but Isthmian League side Thurrock wasn't ready for the wind to ruin the day.
Rafa Benitez has revealed Karim Benzema, Sergio Ramos and James Rodriguez are all in the Real Madrid squad for the match against Barcelona.