Photo Special: Barcelona 5-0 Real Madrid

El Clasico turned out to be a rather one sided affair, and BackPageFootball brings you some of the best images from a fantastic night of football.

David Villa was in inspired form for Barcelona, scoring twice in the resounding 5-0 win over arch rivals Real Madrid tonight.

Playmaker and quitessential one club man Xavi Hernandez opened the scoring after just ten minutes.

Lionel Messi again showed his class despite not getting on the scoresheet.

There were contrasting emotions for arguably the two best players on the planet.

Eric Abidal reminds the crowd how many goals his side put past Real Madrid as a forlorn Cristiano Ronaldo looks on.

Barcelona skipper Carles Puyol takes hold of the matchball as his team mates salute their supporters after the game.

Barcelona boss Josep Guardiola politely declines Cristiano Ronaldo’s request for a move to the Nou Camp.

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Neil Sherwin
Neil Sherwin

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One thought on “Photo Special: Barcelona 5-0 Real Madrid

  1. in <3

    Mou said it wasn't a humiliation, he just can't live without saying something stupid can he.

    5-0 not being a humiliation means El clasico consistently having 5-0's every season…. NOT

    And barring Madrid players from talking to the press, was that in celebration of the 5-0?

    No humiliation my foot, you got you arse handed to you Mourinho.

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