Madrid, Spain) – The first date of King’s Cup with the classic It ends triumphantly Barcelonawho conquered the Bernabéu, and beat real madrid thanks for theMilitao’s goal in itself. The match was fought tight until the end, with Ancelotti’s side failing at least half a dozen chances, but also risking double-downs too frequently which would have ended matches early. Instead, as in the case of the other semi-final match between Athletic and Osasuna, the finalists will only be decided in the second leg at the Camp Nou.
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The first round is in Barcelona, but qualification is still open
Barcelona, led by Xavi, defeated the Bernabéu thanks to Militao’s own goal, but qualification for the King’s Cup final remains open. The second leg at the Nou Camp will be decisive.
Final at the Bernabéu: 5 minutes of extra time
Played to death in Madrid: Real Madrid produce chances in a series, but the best happens to Ferran Torres, who devours the double. Rodrygo is also very dangerous for the Merengues.
In the middle of the second half: the Catalan progress is still steadfast
At the 70th minute, almost in the middle of the second half, the script did not change: as soon as they found the advantage, Barcelona showed that they had studied a real defensive barrier with Xavi, which Real, in fact, continues to beat without him. Find at least equal target.
It’s game time: Real go down, Barcelona defend themselves
We are now in the midst of the second half, the hour of play in the Bernabéu strikes with Real Madrid now expecting to go forward and attack with their heads down: Barcelona closing ranks and resisting the siege of the Whites.
It starts again with an aggressive Real: Barcelona on the ropes
Real Madrid’s second half is still beginning: Ancelotti’s team is putting Barcelona to the test, and with Vinicius and Camavinga they are going very well.
The break at the Bernabéu: Militao’s own goal decides so far
The difference in the dressing room with Barcelona is 1-0 ahead of Real Madrid. So far, Militao’s unfortunate own goal has marked the end of a long period of Azulgrana’s dominance, after a full start from the Madrid brand, complete with a goal nullified by Benzema. However, Ancelotti’s side reacted inconsistently once they fell. Ammonites Raphinha and Vinicius jr.
El Clasico is open! At 26′ Barcelona progress!
Shortly after the middle of the first half, Barcelona took the lead at the Bernabéu! Bounce on the Kasbah of Militao, who is mocking Courtois for the advantage of the Blaugrana! The net was validated after a long consultation with the VAR.
Halfway through the first half, Barcelona stepped up, and the Bernabéu got ready
In the 25th minute, which was still 0-0 in El Clásico, Barcelona grew stronger and tried to take control of the match as expected. However, the match heats up and the tackles begin within the limits of the regulation: Vinicius’s first yellow card.
Benzema was the star for the first 15 minutes but kept it 0-0 up
Real Madrid starts attacking as if there is no tomorrow, the protagonist of the first quarter of an hour is Ballon d’Or winner Karim Benzema, who first stabbed Ter Stegen but saw the goal disallowed, then hit the target with a sure shot. Searching for and saving Condi.
Starting from the King’s Cup Clasico: Real and Barcelona will play the final match
Everyone is ready at the Bernabeu for the Copa del Rey semi-final first leg: El Clasico in two groups, with the first leg in Madrid and the second leg in Barcelona, while on the other side of the scoreboard it was Osasuna who won. The lowest advantage, beating Athletic with a 1-0 victory in Pamplona.
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