Dynastian98 7 years ago Real Madrid, Germany 470 6998 Well, it was close. So close that for a moment it seemed like Barcelona were doomed to lose. But not quite. They held on and won the match on aggregate. Barcelona: I was quite surprised. Usually they do much better at the Camp Nou, but today they were in all sorts. They're passing was very good and they kept possession away from Real in the first half. They made some pathetic blunders in the first few minutes but recovered themselves. The Pedro goal was very well set up by Messi, and the Dani Alves goal was absolutely unstoppable. Best Right Back in the world. A well earned title. In the second half they were not so aggressive for the ball and made some sloppy passes which led to them conceding the first goal. But in the end, a job well done I guess. Real Madrid: Very good game. They pressured high as usual and were attacking more this game. I think that Higuain should have given them the lead early on, but Barcelona would have recovered (If you read my last review, you would understand why I said that). Iker Casillas had to make a few saves, since he couldn't stop the two goals, but Madrid could have prevented the first goal if they closed down Messi sooner. Mesut Ozil also hit the top corner of the woodwork from a superb shot from 35 yards, but the ball didn't fully cross the line. In the second half, Ozil inspired a winning dream inside of the Madridistas after he assisted Ronaldo with a through ball without even looking. Soon after, a defensive breakdown by Barca caused Benzema to score a superbly controlled goal where he kept his head calm. Overall a very, very terrific performance Madrid had, but they forgot that they were playing at the Camp Nou. Pepe: Man, this guy is disgusting. As a Real Madrid fan, I think that this guy should be given a six month ban for the kind of stuff he can do. He fakes injuries as if he broke his leg, takes a peek if the referee's looking, and makes some very dirty tackles. He did the same this game. I know that other players do that too (Madrid fans would be saying "DANI ALVES, SERGIO BUSQUETS!!!), but he takes it to a whole new level. A bit too far for anybody's taste. Pinto: Starting to be a very poor performer for Barca. Passes going astray, not making the right choices, getting red cards, not a good idea to have as your goalkeeper. I don't care what Pep thinks, he should have put Valdes on.