UEFA Champions League: Real Madrid Is Done vs. Barcelona, Barca-United Rematch?
I mean, stranger things have happened when Real Madrid and Barcelona play.
But let's be honest here: Lionel Messi has already put Barcelona into the UEFA Champions League final at Wembley on May 29.
Real Madrid are more than capable of overcoming a 2-0 deficit, but is it realistic considering Los Blancos will be without Sergio Ramos and Pepe (both because of suspension) and they'll be playing at the Camp Nou?
By the way, the last time an El Clasico was held on Barcelona soil, this happened.
So let's start looking at the more-than-likely Champions League final: Manchester Untied vs. Barcelona.
We've seen this before—two years ago, in fact. Barcelona triumphed 2-0 in the Champions League final in Rome to send the title holders home in defeat.
Barcelona have been arguably the world's most dominant side, running roughshod through their La Liga title en route to another domestic title.
United haven't been quite as dominant as Barcelona, but Sir Alex Ferguson's resilient bunch have held off title challenges from Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City and will likely retake the English Premier League title. Wayne Rooney has seemingly regained his form and Javier Hernandez "Chicharito" has emerged as a go-to attacking partner for Rooney up top.
The final is far from set yet. But it appears that the two sides that conquered Europe's two biggest domestic will meet on Europe's biggest stage.
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