Goal.com Fanview: Real Madrid vs Barcelona – Who will win the second leg of the Spanish Super Cup?

Goal.com Ghana asks its readers and football fans what they make of the upcoming second leg of the Spanish Super Cup
The season has begun with another set of El Clasico matches. Games between Real Madrid and Barcelona have always caught the attention of the world.

Blaugrana have had rosy times at the Bernabeu lately and they will be seeking to maintain the momentum. The Catalans have managed to close the head-to-head gap which now stands at 87-87. Los Blancos can boast of the return of Pepe who promises to bring some stability to their shaky defense.

Ahead of tonight’s game, Goal.com Ghana has been finding out from our readers and fans about the chances of the two sides and Blaugranes have highly been tipped to triumph.

The Kumasi-based banker says he does not see Real Madrid beating Barcelona. The 25-year-old believes The Vikings will try to open up since they suffered a defeat in the first leg and that will give the Barca attackers the chance to slip. “It’s a do or die affair for Jose Mourinho and his men,” he said.

Akwesi Agyemang Abebrese

The fresh graduate of the University of Ghana says once there is Messi, there is hope. For him, Barca’s attack is the best in the world and not even the Real defense can afford to contain them.  James is of the view that Messi who has already netted five goals in three official matches this season will increase his tally at the Bernabeu.
- James Nartey-Tagoe

The 26-year-old student calls himself ‘Raul Madrid’ to let people know how passionate he is about Los Blancos. But he clearly thinks The Whites will go down 3-1 on Wednesday night. According to him, the Real Madrid defense is dead and the bench is weak. Annor says he is not impressed with Los Merengues strikers because they are not prolific.

Wilson Annor

The die-hard Barcelona fan expects a tough game. He believes Real Madrid’s image is being affected with the series of defeats to their arch-rivals and that will drive the Merengues. However, Wahab predicts a 2-1 win for Barcelona.

- Hassan Wahab

I can’t recall the last Real Madrid victory over Barcelona at the Bernabeu and I think this is the right time. Real Madrid will win 2-0. It’s a must watch game and I can’t afford to lose it.

Seth Sarsah Wilson

The new coach, Tito Villanova will want to prove he can fill the void left by Pep Guardiola. The Catalans will beat Real 2-1.

- Baki Wazza

The 28-year-old journalist says Real Madrid are going to win this game and will put Barcelona to shame on Wednesday. “It’s going to be difficult though, but I trust [Jose] Mourinho and his charges to do wonders.” This is football and anything can happen, but trust me its Real’s time to redeem their image.
Kofi Agyepong

He believes the ‘Special One’ has what it takes to win. “It’s our game and when you watch the first one you’ll see clearly that it was ours to lose. Wednesday will tell and I want to assure Barcelona that football wasn’t made for them.” It will end 2-1 in favour of Real Madrid.

- Corban Matecole

The Tanzanian with an affection for Ghana said “We’re winning at all cost and as we have the likes of Lionel Messi and Alex Song, trust me it’s all for us. The Super Cup will be heading to our trophy cabinet and we’re going to prove to Real Madrid that football is not for small boys.”
Angel Navuri

Well it really difficult to predict the score between this two Spanish giants but I think Real Madrid has got a bad start this season and for that I don't think Barcelona will have it easy going with the match. I think the game will be a tie - 0-0.

- Richard Haymann, 27

This match is a win for Barcelona and it’s going to be 1-2 for the Catalans as they usually win at the Bernabeu in recent times. I’ll be shocked if they lose and I believe they’ll try and make a lot of amends after watching the first leg. It’s going to be one of the games of the season and it’s coming at the right time to put us all in the mood for quality football this season. I can’t wait to begin the celebrations.

Michael Okyere, 22