Pindula
Register Login

El Classico: Aubameyang Scores Brace As Barcelona Beat Real Madrid

El Classico: Aubameyang Scores Brace As Barcelona Beat Real Madrid

Barcelona stunned Real Madrid in the last Clasico of the 2021/2022 season played on Sunday night to end a five-game El Classico losing streak.

Former Arsenal skipper, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice to continue his great streak since being signed in the final minutes of the winter transfer window.

Ronald Araujo and Ferran Torres added a goal each to give Barcelona its seventh win in the last eight matches in all competitions.

The victory gave Barcelona title hopes in the Spanish league after a slow start to the season.

The result moved Barcelona within 12 points of league leader Madrid with nine rounds to go, and it could further cut the gap to nine points if it wins its game in hand against Rayo Vallecano.

Barcelona is level on points with fourth-place Atletico Madrid and is three points behind second-place Sevilla, which was held 0-0 at home against Real Sociedad earlier Sunday for its third straight draw in the league.

Madrid, which badly missed the injured Karim Benzema, was unbeaten in its last eight games in the league, with six wins. It had beaten its Catalan rival 2-1 at Camp Nou in their first league game last year.

It was Madrid’s first home loss in 24 league games, since losing to Levante in January 2021.

Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti did not replace Benzema with another striker, instead, he used Luka Modric in a false-nine position at the top of the attacking line along with Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo.

Madrid barely threatened, though, and Ancelotti had to change tactics in the second half by putting Mariano Diaz upfront, which also didn’t help much.

More: Pindula News


Share Article

Sponsored

More

21 Comments

FC BARCELONA 1 month ago

BARCELONA are back in business


Msaigwa 2 months ago

Team ine yellow yakazvambaradza vanhu #ccc


rasta 2 months ago

forca barca forca


Sponsored

More
Timbers 2 months ago

Forca barca


Tinmike 2 months ago

poorly written article, how you going to write about such a big match and fail to put the scoreline?


Bhuru 2 months ago

Tinmike,...surely,those who can't read have alternatives,they watch TV n listen to radio...they ask around...

Bloomberg 2 months ago

Ah kikiki Bhuru ndiwe uneyese,sando kwamuri😄😄😄vanonetsa vanhu vanowerenga news dzemahara...they speak with big authority apa hadzina kubvisa cent 😁

Godaz 2 months ago

@Bhuru,kkkk kwai kuudza mwana hupedzisira 🤣🤣chakauya ngengarava

Bhuru 2 months ago

So you didn't do maths with wording(sentence)
Abuma scored 2..2 other player scored a goal each..that makes 4 goals for Barca...are you grade ones who need to read where it is written plainly???

Tinmike 2 months ago

and still where does it say the scoreline on what you said ? they could have just put the 4-0 scoreline somewhere in the article if not on the headline, I saw someone in comment section even asking if they won 4-0

Bhuru 2 months ago

Madrid barely threatened, though, and Ancelotti had to change tactics in the second half by putting Mariano Diaz upfront, which also didn’t help much.

Bhuru 2 months ago

Former Arsenal skipper, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice to continue his great streak since being signed in the final minutes of the winter transfer window.

Ronald Araujo and Ferran Torres added a goal each to give Barcelona its seventh win in the last eight matches in all competitions.

Bhuru 2 months ago

I thought reading was easy 😂

Mike 2 months ago

Visca Barça


Jah🇿🇼Tsvarie-07 2 months ago

Hala Madrid...


Minister of Barcelona 2 months ago

Yakawina 4-0 ere????


Busymark 2 months ago

Shiri inozongofa


pumura 2 months ago

coz yanga yakapfeka yellow


Tk 2 months ago

Pedri Pedri Pedri


King Adoe 🤴🏼 2 months ago

Viva Barça Viva


King Adoe 🤴🏼 2 months ago

Viva Barça Viva



Leave a comment


Recent News


News Categories



Give us a Feedback