Barcelona defeated Real Madrid (5-0), at the Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium, and expressed its complete dominance against White in the twelfth victory in the short history of the Classic, thanks to an explosion Aitana Bonmatí and Graham Hansen.
At home and before a culé tide that supports them together, but no one thinks it will be easy. And that, in their Olympic debut, the players of Real Madrid started the strongest, and with more merit than Barça, they did not allow their opponent to live in a foreign place, as usual .
However, Aitana Bonmatí always found the antidote. In an opponent closed in the back, in a defensive situation or, in this case, in the lack of opportunities for his team.
In what was an excellent start for Barça, the Blaugranas’ gold weighed more, and Aitana opened the scoring in the 18th minute with a left-footed shot that hit the post.
In the same way that the Olympic team began to grow, the Catalan team did the same with the grass. Graham Hansen gave a personal performance on the right wing to attend, dance, and knock his opponents off their feet. From his boots came a festival of opportunities for a better known Barça, and allied with a vertical Salma Paralluelo, the second born.
The Norwegian got a ball that hit the white goalkeeper before the break, and his deserved goal was just the prelude to another. Already in extra time, Caldentey shook the home team from the opposing goal to pave the way to victory, and the break in Montjuïc became even longer for Alberto Toril’s team.
It took just 45 minutes for the blaugranas to crush their rivals’ hopes for the lead, and for others they tried to aggravate the injury. Real Madrid’s rotations have failed to scare the Blaugranas, who have become masters of the ball in a nightmare scenario.
Again in extra time, but this time in the second half, Barça left their last memories of their eternal rival. Claudia Pina finished with the help of a Ballon d’Or released, and scored the fourth local goal.
Just two minutes later, Vicky López, who seemed to be touched by the barite, put in the end with the help of Ingrid Engen, and sentenced the white sinking of an Olympic team shivering in the heat.
Thus, a whole Barça dominated the likes of a goalless second half and conquered the top of League F in its debut at Montjuïc. Barça’s win puts Giráldez’s team, unbeaten leaders of the competition, six points behind second-placed Real Madrid, and reaffirms the feeling that this mighty Barça knows nothing -an opponent of Spain, even against its main pursuer.