FCB-Madrid (Champions). Did you know…


After the 0-2 win in the first leg last week, the fourth El Classico in the run of games between Barça and Real Madrid throws up some interesting facts:
FCB-Madrid (Champions).  Did you know…
- Madrid have failed to score in their last three games at the Nou Camp, losing 2-0, 1-0 and 5-0 (all La Liga games).

-Víctor Valdés and Carles Puyol are unbeaten in their last seven games against Real Madrid.

- This Monday is the second anniversary of Barça’s famous 2-6 win at the Bernabeu, which was their biggest ever away win against their great rivals and also sentenced the 2008/09 league title.

- The team are one game away from setting a record of consecutive home European wins, having won their last nine at the Nou Camp.

2011-04-27_PARTIDO_43.JPG- Barça have taken a 0-2 advantage into the second leg of a European tie on six occasions and always won the tie.

- On 30 of the 32 occasions that Barça have taken any sort of lead into a second leg game in Europe, they have won the tie.

- In the first leg last week, Barça completed three times as many passes (794) as Madrid (267).

- With his two goals at the Bernabeu, Leo Messi confirmed his position as the competition’s top scorer and has scored 11 so far this season.

- Pinto, Pepe, Ramos and José Mourinho are all suspended for the game, whilst Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo, Adebayor, Di María and Albiol are just one yellow card away from suspension.

- Of the four semi-finalists, Barça have committed the fewest number of fouls in the competition(127).

- The Belgian referee Frank De Bleeckere will referee the game. He has been in charge of 43 Champions League games, four involving Barça and five of Madrid’s games.

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