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Real Madrid and Barcelona stars brawl during pre-season clash in Las Vegas


Jul-24 14:51 first published at 14:51 PM

So much for being pleasant! Barcelona and Real Madrid stars BRAWL during their pre-season clash in Las Vegas as Vinicius Jr and Rodrygo shove Sergio Busquets before Antonio Rudiger and Ronald Araujo steam in Eden Hazard and Antonio Rudiger, both former Chelsea players, were involved. Barcelona won the game thanks to a spectacular goal by new signing Raphinha Published: 07:38 EDT, July 24, 2022 | Updated: 08:34 EDT, July 24, 2022

Players from Real Madrid and Barcelona clashed during last night’s pre-season El Clasico in Las Vegas.

The La Liga rivals met in the United States as part of both teams’ pre-season preparations, but tempers flared during Barcelona’s 1-0 victory.

Vinicius Jr. was cynically scythed down by Jordi Alba during a trademark run just before the break, which did not sit well with the Brazilian. Vinicius Jr. was displeased with Jordi Alba’s tackle, which sparked a fight between the two players. During the scuffle, Eden Hazard prevents Sergio Busquets from getting any more of Vinicius Jr. Antonio Rudiger (far right) was another participant in the shoving match. Real Madrid’s Rodyrgo got into a scuffle with Barcelona’s Sergio Busquets over the tackle, which sparked a fracas involving several players pushing and shoving each other. Eden Hazard, a former Chelsea player, attempted to mediate by holding Busquets back while the Barcelona legend grabbed a handful of Vinicius’ new Real shirt. Madrid’s new Stamford Bridge signing Antonio Rudiger got into a scrap with Barcelona’s Ronald Araujo during the squabble between the two El Clasico rivals. Raphinha, Barcelona’s new signing from Leeds, scored the game-winning goal. Robert Lewandowski made his first appearance in a Barcelona shirt in this match. A total of 61,299 people packed the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas to watch Barcelona beat their old rivals. Raphinha, Barcelona’s new signing, scored the game-winner midway through the first half with a stunning strike into the top corner. Robert Lewandowski made his debut for Barcelona, but Real Madrid were still without talisman Karim Benzema. His absence was felt as Carlo Ancelotti’s men failed to register a shot on goal despite fielding Hazard, Vinicius, and Rodrygo.

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