Marginal VAR offsides, shockingly one-sided PSG matches,
Deportivo 5-2 Real Madrid (1999/2000)
Probably the least surprising fixture on this list, it will be forever remembered for Djalminha treating the Real Madrid defence with utter disdain, almost setting up a goal with an outrageous Lambretta ?as Depor stomped past their rivals on their way to their first and only title.
Real Madrid 3-1 Mallorca (2006/2007)
In these trying times,? it’s easy to feel nostalgic for football’s capacity to provide a
In ‘La Liga de las Remontadas’ (The League of Comebacks), Madrid overcame a six-point deficit to beat Barcelona by virtue of a superior head-to-head record, and they saved the greatest comeback of them all for a 3-1 final-day victory over Mallorca where they didn’t get their noses in front until the 80th minute.
Barcelona 5-2 Sevilla (1993/1994)
Continuing with comebacks as a theme, how about Barcelona’s own ‘remontada’ against Sevilla in 1994?
The Catalan club needed to better Deportivo’s result to ensure an unlikely title, a prospect which looked distant when they were 2-1 down at half-time.?
Barcelona 1-1 Atlético Madrid (2013/14)
Remarkably?, neither Barcelona or Real Madrid came out on top in a title decider, with
In an emotionally taut match (Diego Costa even cries!) where chances are few and far between,
Barcelona 5-0 Real Madrid (2010/2011)
Picking a Barcelona match to feature during their modern heyday under Pep Guardiola ?is no mean feat, but they blew away their nemeses in this game in what might be regarded as the ultimate vindication of tiki-taka.
There’s so much to enjoy here, between Xavi’s improvisation for the opener, a petulant stand-off between Guardiola and Ronaldo, and what was probably the best moment of
Real Madrid 5-0 Barcelona (1994/1995)
Real Madrid fans, you can keep reading now, as we invite you to cast your mind back to when Los Merengues, having suffered defeat at the hands of Johan Cruyff’s Barcelona by the same margin the previous season, tasted the sweetest possible vengeance.
Madrid bullied the Barcelona defence in the first half as the imperious
Espanyol 1-0 Valencia (1970/1971)
What’s that? You’re already sick of dramatic last-day finishes? Well how about one which featured THREE SEPARATE TEAMS? going into the final round of fixtures?
1971. 18 de abril. Di Stéfano pregunta el resultado del Atlético – Barcelona, que hacía campeón al Valencia CF.
Espanyol 1-0 Valencia CF. pic.twitter.com/yx9KaUIim9
— Fotos del VCF (@VCF_Fotos) October 15, 2016
This was the case in 1971 when Atl
Barcelona 3-4 Real Betis
Our most recent match is an absolute stunner, with Barcelona’s first home loss in two years cementing the reputation of Quique
Cádiz 2-3 Real Madrid (1983/1984)
There was considerably less high drama in ?La Liga in the 1980s, with Madrid dominating the second half of the decade, and one of the main men responsible lit up the footballing world on his debut.
Emilio Butragueño made his senior debut in 1984, and by 1986, ?Madrid had ended a five-season title drought, with the legendary Spanish striker wasting no time in establishing himself alongside the likes of