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Watch Antonio Rudiger wildly dance alone in Real Madrid dressing room after El Clasico win over Barcelona

 

ANTONIO RUDIGER celebrated Real Madrid’s El Clasico win in style on Sunday night. Los Blancos earned the bragging rights while also going top of LaLiga with victory over Barcelona in Spain’s biggest clash .Barca’s only strike came late on through sub Ferran Torres. And the result means unbeaten Real are now leagu leaders as Barcelona suffered their first defeat of the campaign.

Both teams named strong line-ups, with superstar strikers Robert Lewandowski and Benzema both starting. But it was the latter who made an immediate impact when he opened the scoring for Real in the 12th minute. Benzema pounced after Marc-Andre ter Stegen spilled Vinicius Jr’s shot, firing it into the back of the net.

 



Real then doubled their lead 10 minutes before the break when Valverde struck from 20 yards out. Barcelona were left stunned as boss Xavi Hernande made wholesale changes throughout the second half. And it looked to have paid off when Torres pulled one back with seven minutes to go. Ansu Fati narrowly missed the chance to level, but Barca’s hopes ended when Real won a 91st minute penalty which was put away by Rodrygo. The result will be hard to take for Barcelona, who had over twice as many shots as Real and 57 per cent of the ball.

 



The Catalans are already on the brink of exit in the Champions League. And their next run of games sees them face Villarreal, Athletic Bilbao, Bayern Munich and Valencia. And Rudiger, 29, had his teammates laughing as he danced the night away. The ex- Chelsea defender threw shapes alone as the rest of the squad clapped.

The dressing room was in a jubilant mood as stars like Vinicius Jr cheered him on. Centre-back Rudiger was only sporting a pair of shorts and a plaster over his eye after suffering a horror gash and 20 STITCHES last week.Barca’s only strike came late on through sub Ferran Torres.

 



And the result means unbeaten Real are now leagu leaders as Barcelona suffered their first defeat of the campaign. Both teams named strong line-ups, with superstar strikers Robert Lewandowski and Benzema both starting. But it was the latter who made an immediate impact when he opened the scoring for Real in the 12th minute. Benzema pounced after Marc-Andre ter Stegen spilled Vinicius Jr’s shot, firing it into the back of the net.

Real then doubled their lead 10 minutes before the break when Valverde struck from 20 yards out. Barcelona were left stunned as boss Xavi Hernande made wholesale changes throughout the second half. And it looked to have paid off when Torres pulled one back with seven minutes to go. Ansu Fati narrowly missed the chance to level, but Barca’s hopes ended when Real won a 91st minute penalty which was put away by Rodrygo.

 



The result will be hard to take for Barcelona, who had over twice as many shots as Real and 57 per cent of the ball. The Catalans are already on the brink of exit in the Champions League. And their next run of games sees them face Villarreal, Athletic Bilbao, Bayern Munich and Valencia.

He was spotted on the bench with a bloodshot eye and entered the game wearing a mask. The big German used to entertain his pals at Stamford Bridge with the same brilliant dance moves. Now the tradition continues at the Bernabeu, where he seems to be just as popular with the rest of the side. Goals from Karim Benzema, Federico Valverde and Rodrygo sealed a 3-1 win over the Catalans on Sunday.

 



Barca’s only strike came late on through sub Ferran Torres. And the result means unbeaten Real are now leagu leaders as Barcelona suffered their first defeat of the campaign. Both teams named strong line-ups, with superstar strikers Robert Lewandowski and Benzema both starting. But it was the latter who made an immediate impact when he opened the scoring for Real in the 12th minute. Benzema pounced after Marc-Andre ter Stegen spilled Vinicius Jr’s shot, firing it into the back of the net.

Real then doubled their lead 10 minutes before the break when Valverde struck from 20 yards out. Barcelona were left stunned as boss Xavi Hernande made wholesale changes throughout the second half. And it looked to have paid off when Torres pulled one back with seven minutes to go.

 


Ansu Fati narrowly missed the chance to level, but Barca’s hopes ended when Real won a 91st minute penalty which was put away by Rodrygo. The result will be hard to take for Barcelona, who had over twice as many shots as Real and 57 per cent of the ball.

The Catalans are already on the brink of exit in the Champions League. And their next run of games sees them face Villarreal, Athletic Bilbao, Bayern Munich and Valencia.

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