Worst El Clasico Fights
Worst El Clasico Fights? Arguably the greatest rivalry in world football, Barcelona vs. Real Madrid, is almost ready to write its next chapter. On Wednesday, 18 December, the two will meet at the Camp Nou in their first meeting of the 2019-20 season after it was postponed from October. Real Madrid will be without star Eden Hazard after an ankle fracture.
But before the match begins, refresh yourself on the last final result of the grand El Clasico.
El Clasico 2020
The next El Clasico is on March 1, 2020 at 21:00 CET.
Last El Clasico match result
|Date||Round||El Clasico||Final result||Goalscorer|
|2 March 2019||26||Real Madrid||Barcelona||0–1 (0–1)||Rakitić (26′)|
El Clasico match date and start time 2019/20
Here are the dates and starting time for the El Clasico matches in the Spanish La Liga and Spanish Supercopa.
Barcelona vs Real Madrid (18 December 2019)
The first El Clasico of the season and and first La Liga El Clasico takes place on Wednesday, 18 December 2019 at Camp Nou, Barcelona. The game will kickoff at around 20:00 local/19:00 UK time.
Real Madrid vs Barcelona (9 January 2020)
The second El Clasico of the season and first Spanish Supercopa El Clasico takes place on Thursday, 9 January 2020 at Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid. The game will kickoff at around 17:00 local/16:00 UK time.
Real Madrid vs Barcelona (1 March 2020)
The third El Clasico of the season and second La Liga El Clasico takes place on Sunday, 1 March 2020 at Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid. The game will kickoff at around 20:00 local/19:00 UK time.
Worst El Clasico Fights – Worst El Clasico Moments Ever
This season’s first installment of the El Clasico is just around the corner, with Barcelona hosting Real Madrid at Camp Nou on Wednesday evening. Here is a look back at some of the most fiery outbreaks between the two rivals over the years…
Xabi Alonso and Arbeloa slap Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi, who was in pursuit of the ball, was fouled by Alvaro Arbeloa and was later slapped on the face.
The incident has it’s after effects once the game got over. Messi appeared agitated throughout the match, reportedly trading insults with Arbeloa, with both players covering their mouths to hide their words from the cameras. The Spanish newspaper Marca alleges that Messi also confronted Real assistant manager Aitor Karanka in the tunnel after the game, yelling: “What are you looking at? Shut up. You’re just [Jose] Mourinho’s puppet.”