Real Madrid x Barcelona – See the Brazilians who are in the clubs today

The "El Clasico" of Spain will be played next Sunday (21) at the Santiago Bernabéu for La Liga
Josué Seixas
2024-04-20 15:44:55

Real Madrid and Barcelona will take the field next Sunday (21) in the so-called “El Clasico,” for the 32nd round of La Liga.

Check out the record of the last five encounters between the clubs, which promise a great match.


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Brazilians in the teams

The clash between the clubs will also mark the meeting of Brazilian players. In both teams, decisive athletes will be on the field.

On the side of Real Madrid, the defender Éder Militão, as well as the forwards Rodrygo and Vinícius Júnior, will be involved.

Meanwhile, at Barcelona, the forwards Raphinha and Vitor Roque might even start the match. However, the trend is for both to begin on the bench.

Real Madrid x Barcelona – record of the last five matches

  • Real Madrid 4 x 1 Barcelona – Spanish Super Cup 2023;
  • Barcelona 1 x 2 Real Madrid – La Liga 23/24;
  • Barcelona 0 x 4 Real Madrid – Copa del Rey 22/23;
  • Barcelona 2 x 1 Real Madrid – La Liga 22/23;
  • Real Madrid 0 x 1 Barcelona – Spanish Super Cup 2022;

Teams vie for Brazilian defender

Barcelona and Real Madrid are ready for a fierce competition in the transfer market.

According to the British newspaper “Daily Mail,” both clubs have expressed interest in signing the defender Murillo, formerly of Corinthians and currently with Nottingham Forest in England.

Murillo’s recent performances have caught the attention in European football. Nottingham Forest’s board expects the player’s sale to reach at least the £50 million mark (approximately R$319.8 million at the current exchange rate).

In addition to Barcelona and Real Madrid, five other clubs are also keeping an eye on the Brazilian. From the Premier League, the giants Chelsea, Liverpool, and Arsenal, along with the newly enriched Newcastle, are in the running. In addition, Paris Saint-Germain has also shown interest in the defender.

Zagallo documentary

Sambafoot Series has launched a new documentary about the football legend Zagallo. Known as ‘Velho Lobo’ and as superstitious as it gets, Zagallo helped shape what Brazilian football is nowadays – as a player and as a coach. The first and second episodes is available in Sambafoot’s Youtube channel and the series will receive weekly releases to tell this legend’s life story.