Real Madrid’s Jude Bellingham, Vinicius Jr, Rodrygo, and Tchouaméni Witness Basketball’s El Clasico as Los Blancos Triumph over Barcelona before Crucial La Liga Showdown in Weekend

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Real Madrid’s star players including Jude Bellingham and Vinicius Junior were in attendance last night at basketball’s El Clasico. 

The Englishman and Brazilian were joined by their fellow teammates Rodrygo and Aurélien Tchouaméni as they watched their club’s basketball team defeat Barcelona 65-64 in a narrow victory.

They will certainly be hoping for the same on Saturday as Los Blancos take on Barcelona in an eagerly anticipated match-up in La Liga.

Madrid currently sit first in the league on 25 points despite their feisty 1-1 draw against Sevilla on the weekend.

Barcelona sit in third, just one point behind Girona and Madrid but they could overtake both with an El Clasico win. 

From left to right: Vinicius Jr, Jude Bellingham, Rodrygo and Tchouaméni attend the match

Real Madrid defeated their arch rivals Barcelona 65-64 in an extremely close El Clasico game

Real Madrid defeated their arch rivals Barcelona 65-64 in an extremely close El Clasico game

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The two sides played each other four times last year with each winning twice. 

Since the very first El Clasico was played in 1902, there has been almost nothing to separate them. 

Barcelona have won the historic fixture 100 times while Real Madrid have 101 victories to their name.

However, for UK fans hoping to catch a glimpse of Bellingham playing against Barca, the game will not be aired live on TV. 

This is due to long-standing British broadcasting rights regarding the 3pm blackout.  

Despite the Barcelona basketball team’s loss last night, they are currently the reigning Spanish basketball champions after Madrid won the league the year before. 


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