By Chris Wright
At time of writing we’re at half-time in El Clasico with Real Madrid and Barcelona level-pegging at two goals apiece, with Cesc Fabregas and Pepe suffering a vicious double KO during a goalmouth squabble in the aftermath of Lionel Messi’s 42nd-minute equaliser…
As we just uttered over on Twitter, El Clasico (and Spanish football in general by extension) really is an infuriating mix of sublime technical ability and everyone involved acting like complete and utter pussbags.
Oh, by the way, Messi’s goal was another record-breaker with the wee man now being the highest goalscorer in El Clasico history – moving out in front of former record holder Alfredo Di Stefano on 19 goals.
(Vine: De Marke)