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Lioness Messi produced another fantastic performance in last El Classico of the season getting on the score sheet yet again in a fury 2-2 draw over Real Madrid at Camp Nou to keep Barça unbeaten Laliga charge on track. The game produces an astonishing nine yellow cards and one red card.
The home side took the lead through Luiz Suarez, two minutes later C Ronaldo strike to level before the break. Barça were reduced to 10 men following Sergi Roberto straight red for violent conduct. Messi put the home team 2-1 ahead, a goal which took him to 26 against Real Madrid and further catapult him as El Classico all-time top scorer with 26 strikes (familiar foes right?). Gareth Bale strike late to ensure points is shared to level 2-2
Here’s the Messi’s Match Stat