What is Barcelonas biggest win vReal Madrid?
El Clasico clashes between the rivals have a tendency to produce fireworks, but when have the Blaugrana enjoyed their most dominant displays?
Any meeting betweenBarcelonaandReal Madridwill capture the imagination of a global audience, withEl Clasicofixtures among the most eagerly-anticipated in world football.
Such encounters rarely disappoint, with two old adversaries delivering memorable performances down the years.
Barca shade things slightly in the overall record with 116 victories from 282 games, compared to Madrids 104 but when did the Blaugrana deliver their most dominant displays?GOALtakes a look
There have been plenty of goal-laden clashes between heavyweight outfits from Catalunya and the Spanish capital down the years.
In terms of the biggest victories for Barca, they have emerged victorious by five clear goals on seven occasions, with the highest-scoring of those successes in September 1950.
The most recent came in November 2010, while the Blaugranas only victory by a five-goal margin at Santiago Bernabeu was in February 1974.
Nicolau (2), M. Aurelio (2), Cesar, Gonzalvo III, Basora
David Villa (2), Xavi, Pedro, Jeffren
Aubameyang (2), Araujo, Ferran Torres
Table correct at time of writing on 21/03/2022
The most recent clash between Barcelona and Real Madrid took place at the Bernabeu on March 20, 2022.
The Blaugrana headed into that contest as underdogs, with the Blancos boasting a commanding lead at the top of the Liga table.
The form book went out the window in the Spanish capital as Xavis visitors delivered a stunning display of attacking intent.
January signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang headed them in front after 21 minutes, as he converted a brilliant Ousmane Dembele cross from close range.
Ronald Araujo doubled Barcas lead in the 38th minute, before Ferran Torres crashed home a third two minutes after half-time.
Aubameyangs second of the gamejust six minutes after the restart put the result beyond doubt and lifted the Blaugrana up into third.
Carlo Ancelottis side were left shell-shocked, having enjoyed domestic dominance and reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League, but they were left to pick the bones out of a humbling reversal.
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