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The biggest club game in world football today dominates the thoughts of the Twittersphere while the Red Devils' star maintains his superb strike against Newcastle was intentional

In what was a grand slam day of football on Sunday, the 2-2 draw between Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid at Camp Nou, that saw doubles from both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, was the undoubted highlight.

Elsewhere, Jose Enrique and Bacary Sagna continue their comebacks to full fitness and Robert Huth and Tom Cleverley respond to two of the weekend's biggest talking points.

It can only be Goal.com's Monday edition of Word on the Tweet.


"Although we have not ended in victory we fought until the end. Thanks to the fans for being awesome tonight"
Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas remains frustrated that the side were not able to hold onto their 2-1 lead against Real Madrid.


"What about Barcelona v Madrid last night amazing football all the best players on show !! #greatgame"

He'd be forgiven for forgetting what football looks like, but Sheffield Wednesday forward Jay Bothroyd enjoyed the Sunday evening spectacle.


"Last couple of games Barca nicked points in last minutes but they are happy with the draw I presume! "
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Saar offer his thoughts on the thrilling encounter.


"The chicken or the egg= ronaldo and messi?"
Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler does his best to answer that age old question, which came first, the Portuguese winker or the Argentine magician?


"It's scary. It's not like these boys get 10 chances and score 1 or 2. They literally finish every chance that comes their way #clinical"
Stoke striker Michael Owen is a player who knows a thing or two about putting his chances away in front of goal and he praises the efforts of the world's two best players.


"Good performance good win and great fans. Of course I meant it!"
Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley responds to questions that he didn't mean his goal against Newcastle at the weekend.


"Brilliant response of all your favourite 'worst' players. Poor Emile gets a few mentions. He was great for LCFC. Not having it."
Keeper of the peace and Emile Heskey apologist, Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker defends the burly former England striker from criticism.


"Not intentional, if anything I made sure not to stamp. He was caught under me. good tussle with him today, a lot tougher than he lets on "

Stoke centre-back Robert Huth does his best to calm tensions after he appeared to stamp on Liverpool striker Luis Suarez's chest during the 0-0 draw at Anfield.


"Good morning. In the way to the training. Continue with my recovery today for my knee. Hope to be back soon. Have a good day"
Liverpool defender Jose Enrique explains his omission from the matchday squad for the club's game against Stoke.


"Hello everyone..after focusing on rehab..I'm finally back on tweeter...before being back on the pitch later.Great day for me"
Arsenal right-back Bacary Sagna continues his comeback from injury, although he'll have to force his way past the in-form Carl Jenkinson to get back in the side first.

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