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    Barcelona VS Real Madrid
    Quadiorla VS Morinho
    who will smile for victory?
    Who will leap for joy?
    Who will cry tears of disappointment?

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    can Barcelona make it five(5) in a roll against Real Madrid?

    Lionel Messi
    It is impossible to consider the
    impact Barcelona can have on
    the contest without isolating the
    indisputable status of Messi as
    the orchestrator of the overall
    team dynamic.
    The Argentine will operate in his
    now customary roving role, with
    licence to seek space in behind
    Xabi Alonso and Sami Khedira,
    but just in front of the back
    four. It is where he produces his
    best work, and it also allows him
    to be in close proximity to Xavi
    and Andres Iniesta in order to
    create passing triangles, all the
    while probing for that precious
    yard in order to fire a shot at
    goal.
    It is a relatively simple concept,
    but one that has proven
    incredibly complex to obstruct,
    as shown by his blistering recent
    form. Indeed, it could be argued
    that the only team that
    succeeded was Inter, and of
    course Jose Mourinho, in last
    seasons Champions League.
    The 23-year-old has never
    netted against a team coached
    by the Portuguese tactician, and
    a match of this magnitude would
    be the perfect occasion for him
    to break that run. Messi is
    predictably unpredictable; his
    impulsiveness and creativity are
    fundamental to unlocking what is
    likely to be a cagey affair.
    Messi nets the opening goal in
    Barca's win last April

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    Stretch the pitch
    Real Madrid will arrive at the
    Camp Nou with strict instructions
    to remain regimented in the
    opening exchanges, allow the
    Blaugrana precious little time on
    the ball, and when Guardiola ’s
    team enter the final third of the
    pitch, squeeze the man in
    possession and close out the
    space.
    Madrid will plant Khedira and
    Alonso directly in front of
    Carvalho and Pepe, in an
    attempt to neutralise the
    passages that Messi and Iniesta
    like to hover in, and cut off
    Xavi’s legendary through passes
    at the source. By spreading the
    play into the channels and
    attacking the full-back areas
    where there is likely to be more
    space, the central area of the
    pitch, where Barcelona do so
    much of their best work, will
    become decongested.
    From there, Barcelona’s
    continuous off-the-ball
    movement can dislodge Real
    Madrid ’s back six from their rigid
    formation. Indeed it could be
    argued that if Madrid do have a
    weakness, it is in the wide areas,
    and although reaching the byline
    and throwing in crosses is likely
    to be food and drink to their
    defence, by opening up the
    match in the opposition half,
    geniuses the likes of Messi find
    space to breathe.
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    Another Messi vs CR7,  Guadiola vs Mourinho... Lets see who nicks it this time. I've a strong feeling Barca will take d day.

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    Be wary of the counter
    This Madrid team have a front
    four that can be utterly
    devastating on the counter-
    attack. Cristiano Ronaldo ’s strike
    against Athletic Bilbao from
    jornada 12 was a principal
    example of their pace on the
    break; the attack was born from
    a corner for the visitors and
    three passes later, CR7 had
    drilled a shot into the bottom
    corner.
    They have been ruthless, clinical,
    and there are numeros
    complications involved in tracking
    players as technically gifted as
    Oezil, Di Maria, and of course,
    Ronaldo.
    What Pep Guardiola is
    unquestionably aware of is how
    their pace can exploit the
    offensive nature of his own full-
    backs. Should Dani Alves and
    Maxwell (who is likely to play on
    the left) be stranded up the
    pitch, only Sergio Busquets is
    available as cover to the centre
    halves.
    Whilst Pep is unlikely to change
    his philosophy based on the
    threats posed by the opposition,
    by requesting a more disciplined
    performance from his wide
    defenders, he provides insurance
    against an incisive counter - one
    that Mourinho ’s side will
    unquestionably be searching for.
    Test the debutants
    Of the 11 men expected to start
    the match on Monday, only David
    Villa will experience the Clasico
    atmosphere for the first time. On
    the other hand, four new men in
    white - Oezil, Khedira, Di Maria
    and Ricardo Carvalho - will be
    asked to react spontaneously to
    the rousing atmosphere
    generated by the partisan and
    intensely passionate home
    support.
    Carvalho is a seasoned
    campaigner at 32, but the other
    three will not have experienced
    anything akin to 100,000 Cules
    providing a visceral sideshow of
    noise and colour. It will be
    intimidating, it may be even be
    nerve-wracking - Barcelona
    should be able to gauge early in
    the contest if any of these
    talented footballers have been
    overawed by the magnitude of
    the match.
    Madrid, it must be remembered,
    have one of the lowest average
    ages in any squad in the Primera
    Division. Youth brings
    exuberance, and limitless
    potential, but can also bring a
    lack of experience that is
    essential on such volatile
    occasions.
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    Offensively but teams are great.

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    its getting more and more interesting!
    Tiki-Taka with a target
    Barcelona’s possession-based
    philosophy, which has been so
    successful for them and indeed
    for the Spanish national team, is
    perfect for the personnel that
    Guardiola can call upon, and the
    Catalan giants have refined its
    characteristics so astutely that
    they can play their way through
    almost any team.
    Real Madrid are not just any
    team, however, and there is a
    tendency for the Blaugrana to
    overcomplicate their build-up
    with one pass too many when an
    effort on goal is an alternative,
    especially against teams of a
    high quality.
    There is no need for the
    ‘ perfect goal’ in El Clasico, the
    goal that this team strives to
    create every time it steps out
    onto the pitch. They must test
    Iker Casillas and threaten the
    goal whenever possible, and
    most crucially of all convert any
    chances that come their way.
    There is a always moment that
    defines matches of this scale -
    Barcelona must make sure they
    seize that opportunity when it
    arises
    the ??question?? Stil remain,WHO WILL CARRY THE DAY?
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    EL CLASICO 1-ON-1
    L.MESSI VS C.RONALDO
    As the ball starts rolling on the
    Camp Nou lawn, cameras flash,
    and the television lenses adjust
    to the players of Barcelona and
    Real Madrid, the likes of Angel Di
    Maria, Xavi, Iker Casillas and
    Gerard Pique will be anonymous
    for a night, eclipsed by the
    brightness of the stars that are
    Lionel Messi and Cristiano
    Ronaldo.
    The Argentine and Portuguese
    represent two ways of
    understanding the game, both
    representing the idea of football.
    One small and happy, the other
    provocative and powerful. This
    duality represents two geniuses.
    They continue to monopolise the
    debate as to the identity of the
    best footballer on the planet,
    and as a result this will be one
    of the most anticipated classics
    in recent years.
    These two are hoping to join
    greats such as Di Stefano,
    Cruyff, Pele and Maradona to be
    considered among the greatest
    ever.
    Lionel Messi, the current Ballon
    d ’Or, saw the football world fall
    in love with him last season, but
    this year has left many
    speechless. His genius is so great
    that he has become a hero, and
    the adjectives are running out
    when describing his stardom at
    Barcelona.
    Messi wants to make history
    against his favourite rival. The
    Argentine enjoys every game,
    but even more so when faced
    with Real Madrid. On Monday, the
    league is at stake. It will be a
    great game, and on these
    occasions, Messi grows into a
    giant on the pitch.
    In the Camp Nou, Messi will start
    as usual, with the initial plan to
    be to move in from the right,
    and become playmaker to
    dislodge the Madrid defence.

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    Cristiano Ronaldo is the opposite
    to Messi. He is physical, a
    powerful sprinter, and has a
    powerful shot. The Portuguese
    winger has the image of a
    superhero on the football field.
    He is the leader of the Real
    Madrid attack, and it is he who
    will hog the limelight on the
    white side, and who his team will
    turn to in the most important
    game of the season.
    This is one of the buts - he is
    said to disappear in the big
    matches, and on Monday he will
    have the opportunity to shut
    the mouths of the detractors.
    He has forgotten his role as a
    wide player, as he was at
    Manchester United, and has
    found a natural habitat near the
    penalty area. He is a constant
    threat due to his speed and
    prowess from outside the area.
    On Monday 29 November we will
    have, face to face, the two best
    players in the world in the most
    anticipated Clasico of recent
    times.
    Lionel Messi Cristiano Ronaldo
    Matches 10 games 10 starts 0 as          sub 12 games 12 starts
    Cards 0 cards 0 yellow 0 red 1 cards 1 yellow 0 red
    Goals 13 14
    Assists 5 5
    Punts 24 30
    Recoveries 24 19
    Actions 49 90
    Passes Failed 96 147
    Passes Completed 540 410

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    don't cry MORINHO
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    It has come and gone. Barca 5 Madrid 0
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    Barca totally outclassed Madrid. It's simply unbelievable... I didn't imagine the game to be 1 sided.

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    its five(5) times in  row 4 BARCELONA FC

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    was JOSE MORINHO and REAL MADRID disgrace?

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