Real Madrid luckily beat Barca in El Clasico tie

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Real Madrid got the three points away at the Estadi Olímpico Lluís Companys, as the Los Blancos came from behind to win the tie 2-1.

Barcelona were the better side in the first-half, and eight minutes into the game, IIkay Gundogan pounced on a defensive mishap to give the hosts the lead.

Barcelona were slightly the better side in the first-half, in what was a very cagey affair.

Shortly after the restart, Inigo Martinez hit the woodwork before Kepa Arrizabalaga saved a rebound effort. This was Barca’s chance to kill the game off, but it wasn’t to be.

Real Madrid grew into the game but not many chances were created still. Aurelien Tchouameni would then have a long range effort brilliantly saved by Ter Stegen.

Jude Bellingham struck a thunderbolt in the 68th minute to level the scores.

With the game looking to end in a 1-1 draw, Bellingham again was at hand to pounce on a Luka Modric deflected effort to steal a 92nd minute winner.

Barcelona’s unbeaten start to the start have now come to an end, and Barcelona find themselves four points behind leaders Real Madrid and Girona.