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In the first El Clasico of the season, arch rivals FC Barcelona and Real Madrid lock horns in a La Liga clash on Sunday at the Camp Nou.
This will be the first time in the last 17 years that neither Lionel Messi nor Cristiano Ronaldo or Sergio Ramos will take part in this marquee clash. The Ronaldo vs Messi and othersuch duels added an extra zing to the competitiveness of this fixture.
Nonetheless, Clasicos are always special to the fans of these two clubs across the globe. With a game in hand, Los Merengues are just three points behind Real Sociedad and a win against their rivals will help them claim the top position. Barcelona, on the other hand, are currently placed in the seventh position but three points in the Clasico can send them to the second position.
The two clubs have met each other in 246 competitive matches out of which Real Madrid won 98 and Barcelona won 96. 52 ties ended in a draw. Former FC Barcelona star Lionel Messi is the all-time highest goalscorer in El Clasico’s history and is also the joint-most capped player along with current PSG teammate and former Real Madrid skipper Sergio Ramos.
With Cristiano Ronaldo also having left Real Madrid behind, Sunday’s Clasico feels like the start of a whole new era for the fixture, the two clubs, and indeed, for Spanish football.
Transitions are never easy, and unsurprisingly, both clubs have struggled since the departure of their talisman.
Messi’s exit has left Barca without a primary attacking threat and—arguably—an identity, with the unpopular Ronald Koeman and dissatisfaction among the supporters not helping a new crop of players settle into life at one of the world’s biggest clubs.
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Ansu Fati marked his first start back after 10 months out with an injury with a fine goal against Valencia last Sunday, and his interplay with Memphis Depay will surely be critical if Barca are to realise their potential.
Elsewhere, Philippe Coutinho’s goal against Valencia, and Sergio Aguero’s debut for the Catalan giants could bode well for the future, although Barca’s burgeoning optimism will be shattered if Koeman’s side are defeated in Sunday’s showdown.