There is no doubt that Saturday's El Clasico was nothing short of amazing. Both teams played good football and entertained audiences around the globe.
If anyone was expecting a repeat of the reverse fixture, they certainly must have been stunned, because this game was by no means a one-sided affair.
The game must have been amazing for Real Madrid fans, who watched the magic of the "Special One," performing wonders in the Santiago Bernabeu.
This El Clasico, the first of four encounters to take place in the space of 18 days, would have delighted Real Madrid more than Barcelona—probably because of Real's ability to hold the holders to a draw with just 10 men.
All the same, a lot of things were added to my knowledge of football from the game.
Here are four of them.