Real Madrid makes history, repeats 88-year-old El Clasico feat

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Real Madrid have made a giant leap towards their 36th La Liga title, defeating Barcelona 3-2 in a thrilling El Clasico encounter at the Bernabeu.

This historic win marks the first time in 88 years that Real Madrid have beaten Barcelona three times in a row in a single season, making it a special occasion for the team and their fans.

Jude Bellingham’s dramatic 91st-minute winner sealed the victory, capping off an incredible comeback from behind twice in the same match. Luka Modric praised the team’s determination, saying “We never stopped believing. We were behind twice but kept fighting, playing well, pressing and in the end we came back time and time again.”

The win was a perfect ending to a perfect week for Real Madrid, after they qualified for the Champions League last four on Wednesday. Barcelona’s struggles continue, having been eliminated from the Champions League and now facing an uphill battle to overturn an 11-point deficit with only six games left to play.

The match was a thrilling encounter, with goals from Christensen, Vinicius Junior, Lopez, Lucas, and Bellingham contributing to the excitement. Real Madrid’s win was a testament to their resilience and determination, and they will be looking to build on this momentum as they push for the title.

With six games remaining, they are firmly in control of their title destiny.

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