Super Cup: Real Madrid Won El Classico Against FC Barcelona But Rolando Gets 5 Match Ban For Pushing The Referee.
Powered by the return of mercurial star Christiano Ronaldo, Read Madrid once again proved to be the better team in El Classico. While Real was buoyed by the return of CR7, Barcelona was hurt due to the exit of Neymar. Neymar had moved PSG in a record transfer deal.Real Madrid won the El Classico with a margin of 3-1. We Bring you Super Cup Real Madrid Vs FC Barcelona highlights
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Real Madrid Vs FC Barcelona Highlights of El Classico
Madrid took an early lead in the match with Pique scoring in the 49th minutes of the game. Real Madrid 1 Barcelona 0.
Barcelona Star player Messi came to the rescue as he scored the equalizer in the 77th minute of the game. Real Madrid 1-Barcelona 1.
A Near miss by CR7, Ronaldo lift himself for an overhead scissors kick from the ball he got from Gratthe Bale, valiant effort but not on target.
Christiano Ronaldo came off the bench and scored a superb goal to put his team back in the driving seat in the 79th minute of the game.
Ronaldo was sent off by the ref in 2 minutes after his jersey celebration. The mercurial star increased his trouble by pushing the referee. Christiano was handed 5 match ban.
Sending off Ronaldo didn’t seem to slow down the Real Madrid as they gave one more below to arch rival Barcelona.
Ascensio scored in the dying moments of the game to take the lead of Real Madrid 3-1.
Ernesto Valverde refused to be downbeat after his first official outing as Barcelona manager ended in a defeat.
What Zidane Has to Say on Ronaldo’s Sending Off?
Zinedine Zidane said Cristiano Ronaldo’s sending off was “too much” and suggested the club will appeal the decision.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been banned for five matches following his sending off and push on referee Ricardo De Burgos Bengoetxea during Real Madrid’s 3-1 Spanish Super Cup first-leg win at Barcelona.