Of course, no one expected a brisk pace from this meeting. Everyone was waiting for the technical performances of their statues. Ronaldinho first recalled his footballing prowess, sending a beautiful pass over the heads of the “Royal” defenders. However, his teammate could no longer reach the ball and Jordi Kodina caught the ball. Shortly afterwards, the Brazilian tried to pull the goalkeeper through a shot from the middle of the field.
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In the 11th minute, Roberto Carlos accepted the challenge of repeating his goal in 1997 with a free-kick against France. Unfortunately, the ball flew over the stands.
The first dangerous situation appeared in the 19th minute. Ronaldinho hit the “Los Blancos” goal hard, but only scored at the crossbar.
In the 26th minute, Javier Saviola was fouled in the penalty area, resulting in a penalty kick. Ronaldinho used a standard part of the game, thus leading the “Plegrana” team.
Amaviska also got a chance to score out. After Angoin’s mistake, the Spaniards had to beat the goalkeeper on the pitch, but he was unable to make an accurate shot.
The first half ended after 40 minutes according to previously agreed rules.
After changing sides, Real quickly scored the first goal of the game. Taking advantage of Guzman’s mistake, Pedro Munidis entered the list of shooters. Shortly afterwards striker Alfonso Perez showed his talent again as he helped towards the goal. Thus, four minutes into the second half, the Spanish capital took the lead.
Despite the temporary dominance of the “Royal” players, Barcelona’s players continued to attack their opponents’ targets. The result was offset by the upside. Nevertheless, the joy of Catalans did not last long. Already 11 minutes later, Guzman had to pick up the ball from the net again. Ruben de la Red, who had been on the field since the start of the game, scored this time.
Until the end of the match, the “Plugrana” players were unable to threaten the team’s goal from Madrid.
FC Barcelona – Real Madrid 2: 3 (1: 0)
Goals: Ronaldinho 28, top 59 – Munidis 42, Perez 44, de la Red 70
FC Barcelona: Ronaldinho, Rivaldo, Deco, Javier Saviola, Tony Garcia, Samuel Okunovo, Frederick Tahu, Ronald de Boer, Jesus Angoi, Guillermo Amore, Keiko Mendoza, Michel Solar, John Antonio Coucelo,
Real Madrid: Luis Figo, Roberto Carlos, Caesar Sanchez, Ivan Combo, Fernando Sean, Alfonso Perez, Jesus Vallejo, Jose Amavisca, Puntarenas Munidis, Luis Milla Aspas, Alberto Rivera, Vector Sanchez
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