Barcelona vs. Real Madrid: Live Score, Highlights, Recap
La Liga: Barcelona vs. Real Madrid
26 October 2013
Camp Nou, Barcelona
Referee: Alberto Undiano
BARCELONA 2-1 REAL MADRID (19' Neymar, 78' Alexis; 90+1' Jese)
Barcelona XI: Valdes; Alves, Mascherano, Pique, Adriano; Xavi, Busquets, Iniesta; Fabregas, Messi, Neymar
Projected Real Madrid XI: Lopez; Carvajal, Varane, Ramos, Marcelo; Khedira, Pepe, Modric; Bale, Ronaldo, Di Maria
Barcelona are now six points clear of Real Madrid in the table.
The Jese goal:
FT: Barcelona 2-1 Real Madrid
90+1’ GOAL REAL MADRID!!! Jese has pulled one back for the guests!
The Alexis goal:
84’ Neymar is withdrawn to a standing ovation as Pedro comes on for the final six minutes.
Neymar found Alexis with a deft through-ball, and the Chilean jinked first to his right, then to his left before chipping the ball up and over both Varane and Lopez to double Barcelona’s lead.
79' GOAL BARCELONA!!! Alexis scores just nine minutes after coming on!
77' Iniesta, who has been spectacular, is replaced by Alex Song. Shut-up-shop time for Barcelona.
76' Neymar with a nice pass to Iniesta, but his shot flies over the bar.
72' Benzema! The Frenchman smashes one off the woodwork as Madrid continue to press for an equalizer.
71' Talking point! Talking point! Mascherano pushes Ronaldo over in the box! It looked a certain penalty but wasn't given. My goodness.
70' Alexis has replaced Fabregas for Barcelona.
69' Madrid enjoying their best period of the match. Pressing high, passing well. The final ball falls to Benzema but he can't hit the target.
Marcelo was once a liability for Madrid. An illustration of how Brazilian full backs need time to become European full backs.— Rupert Fryer (@Rupert_Fryer) October 26, 2013
66' Much better from Madrid now. They look so much more balanced without Bale, it must be said. On the Barcelona touchline Alexis is warming up.
64' Marcelo again draping himself all over Messi, with a helping hand this time from Illarramendi.
Meanwhile, Benzema has replaced Bale for Madrid. The Welshman was next to anonymous.
61' Just past the hour-mark at Camp Nou and still just the one goal. Barcelona's possession has been cut to 58% and both sides have managed three shots on target.
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