Real Madrid 1-3 Barcelona: Benzema, Sanchez, Fabregas score
Barcelona won the trim when diving vol El Clasico at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday (10/12/2011). Los Cules overcome Real Madrid with a score of 3-1.
Victor Valdes in the error begins sweeping the ball, Angel Di Maria managed to get the ball. Sent the ball into the penalty box and there was chaos, wild ball snapped up by Benzema to beat Valdes . Goal was going on to-22 seconds.
Barca then behind the attack and got a chance in the 6th minute through Lionel Messi. Errors Sergio Ramos in the possession of the ball, Messi grabbed and pushed into the penalty box before unleashing a shot that Iker Casillas still cleared.
Benzema almost broke into Barca's goal in the 10th minute. But his header take advantage of crossing Di Maria is still weak and could be arrested Valdes.
In the 22nd minute Xavi gets a free kick near the penalty was Madrid. Directed the ball into the far post but Casillas can still be dismissed.
A half hour walk game, Barca equalized through Alexis, Utilizing breakthrough bait Messi, Alexis won the duel with Fabio Coentrao and Ramos, who then ends with a kick into the right corner measurable goalkeeper Casillas.
No more opportunities present from both teams until the first half closed with the score 1-1.
Seven minutes after halftime, Barca turned excel. Starting kick Xavi Hernandez, the ball hit the foot of Marcelo. Casillas who died trying to ward step but failed to reach the ball and scored.
Fabregas! Barca now lead 3-1 over rivals in the 65th minute. Crossing Dani Alves from the right wing towards the far post, Fabregas as he was escorted Coentrao and dropped the ball into the nets Casillas.
At 83 minutes Kaka gets space shot in the penalty box but his left leg kick can still be ignored Valdes.
Until the game ended 3-1 to win Barca survive.
Real Madrid: Casillas, Coentrao, Pepe, Ramos, Marcelo, Alonso, Lass (Khedira 62 '), Di Maria (Higuain 68'), Oezil (Kaka 57 '), Ronaldo, Benzema
Barcelona: Valdes, Alves, Pique, Puyol, Abidal, Sergio, Xavi, Iniesta (Pedro 88 '), Cesc Fabregas (Keita 78'), Messi