Barcelona Beats Real Madrid in El Clásico with a 1-0 Win
Fridolina Rolfo proved the match-winner for Barcelona with a second-half penalty against Real Madrid, securing a 1-0 victory that extends Barcelona’s lead at the top of Liga F to 13 points. The Saturday’s game is a record-breaking affair, with a crowd of 5,569 attending the match at Johan Cruyff stadium to witness Barca’s 11th consecutive victory over Madrid in all competitions.
With this victory, Barcelona has maintained its 100% record in the league this season, with 23 wins from 23 games. They are currently closing in on their fourth consecutive league title.
The Match Highlights and Analysis
After a goalless first half, Barcelona began to create opportunities, with Aitana Bonmarti having a shot blocked, Marta Torrejon firing over the bar, and Ana-Maria Crnogorcevic’s header saved by Misa Rodriguez in goal. Caroline Weir had a long-range effort saved at the other end before the break.
The second half saw a more aggressive Barca, with Misa Rodriguez making a save from Mapi Leon’s free-kick and Patri Guijarro missing the target with a shot. The breakthrough finally came in the 77th minute when Fridolina Rolfo scored the winning goal from the penalty spot, sending Misa Rodriguez the wrong way after Athenea del Castillo had fouled Salma Paralluelo.
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Liga F Table and Remaining Fixtures
Barcelona leads the Liga F table with 69 points, ahead of Real Madrid in second with 56 points. With seven games left to play, Barca is already looking like the favorite for the title, and it remains to be seen if anyone can catch up to them in the remaining fixtures.
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