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Real Madrid was left behind by Barcelona.

Barcelona gradually eked out a victory against Real Madrid in a match that frequently had the feel of a passionate match from the past. It was anything from simple, though, and it took all 90 of them to reach a conclusion.

Both teams demonstrated outstanding control at the start of the match, demonstrating to American viewers why they are among the best teams in the world. The match was civilised. La Liga has an incredibly talented roster, as seen by some outstanding tiki-taka and long-range shooting performances.

Ousmane Dembélé hit a stunning shot in front of the net in the 15th minute, giving Courtois little opportunity to save it and starting the scoring.

Madrid had opportunities, with the most important coming when Arujo was given a penalty following a cross, but Vincius Jnior somehow managed to send the ball high over the bar and against the crossbar.

They had other opportunities as well; they managed a total of 25 shots on goal, but only 5 of them were successful. A startling statistic for Real Madrid is that they have failed to score from five shots on goal. They frequently struck the post, the crossbar, and even their goalkeeper’s back without result, as if they were either unfortunate or cursed. Sometimes it just seems like your day is off.

Barcelona, on the other hand, experienced a quite different narrative. Griezmann managed to score their second goal in the 85th minute with a lovely shot from just beyond the area, despite them having some unfortunate shoots of their own. Five minutes later, when Courtois parried a shot, Ferran Torres tapped the rebound in for the third goal.

Both teams will play one more game in the United States before returning to Spain to get ready for the lengthy upcoming season. Barcelona, though, will be walking with a little more pep in their stride after winning the first El Clásico of the year 3-0.


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