Real Madrid vs Barcelona 2010 Spanish League


Real Madrid vs Barcelona 2010 Spanish League – Barcelona was able to beat Real Madrid 2-0 in a very exciting game today. The two teams are two of the most popular and most feared teams currently playing in the Spanish Primera Division. Nearly 80,000 people attended the game that had been discussed for weeks about among soccer (football) fans. The real difference came in the number of fouls that each team was given. 30 fouls were given to Real Madrid, and really handicapped the team throughout the match. However, Barcelona only had 15 fouls called on them throughout the game, which allowed them to keep the ball in their possession long enough to put some points on the board. However, Real Madrid was able to take twice as many shots in their loss. Real Madrid took 16 shots on goal, while Barcelona was only able to take 8. Luckily for Barcelona it’s not how many you take, its how many you are able to get into the net. Barcelona was able to make 2 of their 8 shots goals, while Real Madrid was not able to score any.

The game was an exciting one, that featured a number of great saved by the Barcelona goalkeeper. The game was one of the most anticipated soccer games of the year. Both teams have been considered to be relatively close in skill level, as well as in club prestige. Some would go as far as to describe them as superpowers. At one point in the match, Real Madrid was able to put the ball in the goal, but the referee did not allow the point because a player (Benzema) had committed a hand ball during the shot on goal. During the match, Gabriel Milito left the match with what appeared to be a semi-serious leg injury.