Real Madrid-Barcelona: the Madrilenians almost secure the title thanks to a victory snatched by Jude Bellingham

Madrid Spain – Trailing twice, the Merengue managed to win (3-2) against Barcelona this Sunday.

A victory (3-2) which brings Real Madrid a little closer to the La Liga title. By increasing their lead over Barcelona to 11 points in the standings at the end of the 32nd day, the Merengue have certainly definitely protected themselves from a Catalan comeback.

A real Classico, with goals, twists and turns and intensity. From the 6th minute, Christiansen took advantage of an error of judgment from Lunin to open the scoring from a corner (0-1, 6th). Xavi’s men seemed to have digested their failure this week in the Champions League against PSG. Before Vinicius’ equalizer from the penalty spot (1-1, 17th), after a good run from Vazquez stopped by Cubarsi, Lamine Ymal was close to doubling the lead. The young Spaniard found Lunin’s right foot after a vicious strike (14th) and gradually won his duel against Camavinga.

He was close to restoring the lead to his team after half an hour, but his vicious deflection did not completely cross the line. Finally, we will never know since Goal Line Technology does not exist in Spain. When in doubt, the referees awarded nothing and left a parity score. The Barcelonans were gradually dying out and the next opportunities were Merengue. Modric lacked strength (43rd), while Vinicius (45th) and Rodrygo (45th+1) were uninspired to leave Real in front at the break. Note the injury exit of Frenkie De Jong (45th+3) after contact with Valverde. The Dutchman was replaced by Pedri.

Bellingham continues its love story with Real Madrid

Vinicius animated the start of the second half, but the Brazilian was imprecise. He dribbled too much, missed his passes, but was moving quickly. Close to the hour mark, he was served by Bellingham, in depth. He seemed too short to recover the ball, but he succeeded. However, he lacked the lucidity to deceive Ter Stegen. But later in the game, he knew how to make the right move. A magnificent cross for Lucas Vazquez which allowed Real to come back to the score (2-2, 76th). Yes, because a few minutes before the young Firmin Lopez had been able to put the Barcelonars in front.

After a cross from Yamal, Lunin pushed back at the feet of the young Spaniard who only had to push into the net (1-2, 69th). The match couldn’t end there. Ancelotti’s men were pushing, but we felt that the knockout was close to one side or the other. Felix and Firmin Lopez had their opportunity, but ultimately it was Jude Bellingham who stood out. The Real Madrid player received Vazquez’s cross in added time to give his team the victory (3-2, 92nd).

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