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Real Madrid's unbeaten run came to an end
Ouch, Real Madrid seemed to be in such a good shape, but again FC Barcelona led the match. Just after 23 seconds Real Madrid got his first goal, because of stupid mistake of Valdes. For FC Barcelona there was also a lucky goal just after the break. Alexis leveled the match after half and hour. Xavi's shot spun of Marcelo and Casillas was just able to touch the ball with the top of his hand. So luck was leveled, both teams received one bonus goal.
The third instance was Cristiano Ronaldo's missed header that could have drawn the match 2-2. This was then followed by Barcelona's third goal by Fabregas.
Luckily Real Madrid are still leading the Spanish league, but this match was a big warning for the club and especially for Mourinho. Real Madrid and FC Barcelona do now have the same amount of points in the ranking of the Spanish league, but FC Barcelona is one match ahead of Madrid. If Real Madrid beats Sevilla they will still be the leaders at Christmas.
Are they going to be able to improve their play and impress their fans on Sunday 22nd of April in the Camp Nou Stadium in Barcelona?