Barca Women's Team Dominates Real Madrid in 12th Consecutive Clásico Triumph
In a breathtaking display of football dominance, Barcelona's women's team added another glorious chapter to their legacy by extending their winning streak over arch-rivals Real Madrid to an impressive 12 victories. The Olympic Stadium witnessed a footballing spectacle as Barça orchestrated a 5-0 thrashing of their rivals, reaffirming their undisputed reign in the 'Clásico.'
The 'Clásico' history book remains unwritten in Real's favor, as Barcelona women continue to maintain an unblemished record against their rivals. This latest triumph not only solidified their superiority but also propelled them six points clear at the pinnacle of the league standings.
Even in the absence of the injured Alexia Putellas, Barcelona showcased unwavering determination, securing their ninth consecutive victory of the season and maintaining a flawless league record. Real, in contrast, finds themselves in second place with two defeats, trailing behind the unstoppable force of Barça.
The scoring spectacle unfolded in the 17th minute, with Ballon d'Or-winning midfielder and women's World Cup hero Aitana Bonmati setting the tone. Caroline Graham Hansen and Mariona Caldentey contributed to the onslaught, propelling Barcelona to a commanding 3-0 lead before halftime.
Although Real managed to staunch the flow of goals in the second half, Barça wasn't done. In the closing moments, Claudia Pina and Vicky Lopez delivered two stoppage-time goals, with Lopez making history as the youngest goal scorer in the 'Clásico' at the age of 17.
This victory not only marked Barcelona's 12th consecutive triumph over Real Madrid but also extended their remarkable streak of 67 straight home wins in the league, a feat dating back to February 2019.
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