Well, since there's a Barcelona party thread.... I think Madridista's also deserve a thread of fine recognition of our wonderful team and family. Hala Madrid, win or lose.
Watch Marcelo score at Camp Nou:
Now watch Iker Casillas be Iker Casillas. (Beast, UNREAL, SIMPLYYY THE BEST)
And remember, we still have this...
Whether the original is broken or not, your argument is invalid cules
Listen to Barca players talking about how Madrid didn't play football, Dani Alves is in PAIN and our grass is too long for them, cats, Iker Casillas and Marcelo respond:
Now listen to our wonderful team speak truth:
“Well, in football anything can happen and we all know that. It was what we wanted… score first, that was the first step for la remontada which is very difficult by itself. But I think the images speak for themselves. Anyone who sees them can make their own mind about it. I’m not stating my opinion here, it’s a fact. I also believe everyone has their own style, they have been very equal matches and as long as we were with the same number of players on each side it was like that. I would never go and tell another team how to play. I respect coaches, players and staff from other teams too much to just go and tell them how they should play or not. Bottom line, we were always competitive as long as it was possible and we defended our crest as much as we could. Goodnight.”
- Xabi Alonso, on the disallowed goal and more.
"We played hard and at no time felt inferior to Barcelona when playing with eleven men. Honestly, it's easy to look back on the first game at home. Had we not been left with ten men we could have drawn 0-0 and then gone through with this 1-1 outcome."
“You can’t get that amount of help from the referees. We don’t understand why.”
"We aren't going to complain any more because anything we say may be used against us. The images are there for everyone to draw their own conclusions from. What is clear is that we can hold our heads high because we defended this crest and this club. The goal that was disallowed was just another on the list. Like always."
- Iker Casillas
There were funny moments:
And just plain Marcelo is judging you moments:
Most of all we learned some lessons from November:
“Win or lose I am proud to see that Real Madrid didn’t just watch Barcelona play like in the beginning of the season. They fought hard and that’s what this game is about.” - Ronaldo
Barcelona also learned some lessons from November:
Also, even though the Octopus was wrong half the time, at least we know Iker (pun intended) is a Madrid fan:
Now everybody party because we don't have to go through any more of these horrible classico's until november!!!
Madridista's forever and always: