"Messi no Liga"

The international press highlighted the importance of Madrid's victory in El Clásico for their aspirations to the LaLiga title. Olé focused on Messi ...

"Messi-no-Liga"

The international press highlighted the importance of Madrid's victory in the Classic for their aspirations to the LaLiga title. Olé focused on Messi and L'Equipe wanted to highlight Benzema's good form. Quite the opposite that happens with Griezmann. "What a stick," highlights the Catalan press.

Olé (Argentina): "Madrid in the lead and Messi not in the league. The crossbar saved Real Madrid in the final, which defeated Leo Messi's Barcelona 2-1 and reached Atlético de Simeone at the top of the table. The Culé was a point behind ".

Globoesporte (Brazil): "Perfect classic" .

Record (Portugal): "Real Madrid beat Barcelona and left the top of the Spanish League red hot."

The Guardian (England): "Kroos with a double deviation puts Madrid on top" .

L'Equipe (France): "Real Madrid takes power". The French newspaper noted the Classic players. "Benzema was the class, he is at the top of the game. Griezmann a dead end. Sacrificed again by Ronald Koeman, his entry to the break was not conclusive. He did not know how to bring danger."

Le Parisien (France): "Madrid take the Clásico and lead the League. Sublime heel from Benzema to open the scoring" .

Gazzetta dello Sport (Italy): "Benzema yells and Barça wakes up late. Madrid wins and hooks Atlético" .

Corriere dello Sport (Italy): "Classic, what a spectacle. Madrid beat Messi's Barça with the magic of Benzema."

Tuttosport (Italy): "El Clásico belongs to Real Madrid" .

Bild (Germany): "Was this bankruptcy Messi's last Clásico?".

Press in Spain

The two sports newspapers in Catalonia talk about the "stick" that Koeman's team took after the defeat in the Classic, which makes the league title more difficult.

AS: "Epic Leader"

Mundo Deportivo: "What a stick"

Sport: "What a stick"

La Vanguardia: "Barça pays dearly for their mistakes and falls to Real Madrid"

La Razón: "El Clásico and the leadership for Madrid"

Brand: "Madrid arms the cue"



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