Real Madrid vs Barcelona: El Classico History| Head to Head Record | H2H Results
- Saturday night is braced for yet another El Classico as Real Madrid hosts their fierce rivals Barcelona at the Alfredo Di Stefano stadium just four days after a cherishable first leg performance against Liverpool.
- The match is likely to be a decider for both sides to ascertain their claim on the La Liga title. Only two points separate them with Madrid on 65 points and Barcelona on 63.
But do you know how the sides fared in the last five confrontations between them? Who do you think has the upper hand? Is it the Los Blancos? Or the Catalans? Let's find out.
|El Classico All-Time H2H Record in La Liga|
|Total Matches Played||181|
|Real Madrid Wins||74|
|Last 5 Meetings in all competitions|
|Real Madrid Wins||2|
1) Barcelona 1-3 Real Madrid (24 October 2020)
The game kicked off with a bang as Federico Valverde scored in the fifth minute of the game. However, Barca gave a brilliant reply in the form of Ansu Fati who scored just three minutes later.
The second half witnessed a controversial VAR decision that went in the visitor's way as Real Madrid were awarded a penalty for a foul on Sergio Ramos. The skipper then converted a penalty to restore Madrid's lead.
Finally, in the dying minutes of the game, Luka Modric who was introduced in the 69th minute, fired the last goal of the game as Madrid won 3-1 at Camp Nou.
2) Real Madrid 2-0 Barcelona (2 March 2020)
The game had a lot of action in the first half but did not see any goals until the 71st minute as Vinicius Junior fired from a spectacular run.
Lionel Messi and co tried a lot but they couldn't take any points from the game as super-sub Mariano Diaz scored within a minute of substitution and put the game to bed.
3) Barcelona 0-0 Real Madrid (19 December 2019)
A goalless stalemate was the outcome where Madrid managed to register a lot of targets but their failure to convert any chances let them down.
Barcelona had two big chances though, despite having half the attempts. Marc-Andres Ter Stegen was the man of the match for the game because of his multiple saves in critical situations.
4) Real Madrid 0-1 Barcelona (3 March 2019)
The game saw just one goal which was scored by Ivan Rakitic in the 26th minute of the game. Real Madrid's then-manager Santiago Solari tried to make some alterations in the midfield but nothing worked as Barcelona successfully rescued the three points.
5) Real Madrid 0-3 Barcelona (28 February 2019)
A Copa Del Rey semi-final second leg was the fifth meeting between the sides, with the first leg ending 1-1. After a goalless first half, Luis Suarez fired a goal just five minutes into the second half, with a Raphael Varane own goal coming just before the 70th minute.
Real Madrid did not have many hopes left as they went behind on aggregate and also two away goals down. All this led to more pressure on the Los Blancos, as they ended up awarding Barcelona another spot-kick.
Luis Suarez stepped up to take it and managed to score as Real Madrid were knocked out of the competition.