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Barça keeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen reacts as Real Madrid’s Lucas Vázquez scores his team’s next goal throughout El Clásico at the Camp Nou stadium on October 24. LLuis Gene/AFP/Getty Photographs

Inspite of Sergio Agüero’s 97th minute aim, Real Madrid claimed the a few details in a 2-1 victory more than Barcelona at the Camp Nou.

In what was the very first Clásico with no Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo due to the fact 2007, neither facet permit the spectators down following Madrid experienced long gone up 1- in the 1st fifty percent many thanks to David Alaba’s stunner.

Whilst the early going of the match did not dwell up to expectations, the second 50 % was a back and forth affair, in which both of those teams experienced good options to rating, but each and every side missed various possibilities to incorporate to the scoreline.

With Barça wanting for a late equalizer in extra time, Memphis Depay passed to Gerard Pique who fell in the area and questioned for a penalty. The referee refused to blow his whistle and Madrid was off to the races.

The counter was led by Marco Asensio, whose shot from the left was stopped by Barça keeper Ter Stegen, but Lucas Vázquez pounced on the ball to seal the three factors for Madrid in the 94th minute.

Argentinian Agüero scored a very last-second intention to tighten the scoreline, but it was all for absolutely nothing as the referee before long blew the whole-time whistle.

The victory sends Madrid top rated of La Liga, though the decline usually takes Barcelona to 8th in the desk.