Spanish Super Cup Final Leg 2: Real Madrid Vs Barcelona Results & Highlights, Real Madrid Beat Barcelona 2-0


Spanish Super Cup Final Leg 2: Real Madrid Vs Barcelona Results & Highlights, Real Madrid Beat Barcelona 2-0. Takes Away Super Cup with Aggregated Margin of 5-1.

Real Madrid did not the absence of mercurial star Christiano Ronaldo affect their game as they lift Spanish Super Cup with aggregated victory margin of 5-1. We bring you Real Madrid vs Barcelona Results & Highlights of the El Classico.

Wednesday did not bring any change of luck for Barcelona as they went down to Real Madrid 2-0. Barcelona didn’t even get the time to settle as Real took lead early in the game. Asensio who scored the last goal in the previous game scored the first goal of this El Classico in the 4th minute of the game. The second goal was also scored in the first half of the game. Benzema scored in the 38th minute of the game to take the lead 2-0.

Real Madrid Vs Barcelona Results & Highlights

  • Barcelona came into the ground hoping to turn it around after the defeat in the first leg of Supercup Final.
  • Their hope took early as the Asensio scored a stunner in the 4th minute of the game, Real Madrid 1- Barcelona 0.
  • Barcelona tried desperately to score equalizer but to no avail.
  • Messi is unimpressive in the big game.
  • While Barca was trying to find a way to score the equalizer, Benzema scored another goal for Real Madrid in the 38th minute to take the lead 2-0.
  • Real Madrid successfully defended their lead in the second half of the game.
  • To the woes of Barcelona, Saurez and Gerad Pique got injured.

 

Zidane on Super Cup Win

“I’m pleased with how we’re doing things, and in particular with how we’re playing. The first 15 or 20 minutes were spectacular in pressing high up and how we kept hold of the ball. It was a very good first half. In the second we had to dig in a bit because this opposition can cause you problems, that’s to be expected. We wanted to play just as we did and when things go to plan you’re happy. The players were fantastic. We’re not going to get euphoric, this is a long-run thing and we’ll enjoy the moment”.