At the top of the Spanish championship with six points ahead of Real, the Barcelona women, led by the Hansen-Bonmati association, corrected the Madrilenians (5-0).
If the Clasico turned to the advantage of Real Madrid (2-1) among the men last month, with a stunning double from the Englishman Jude Bellingham, the Catalans did not, however, give the women the slightest chance of winning. the White House this weekend. In front of 38,707 spectators gathered at the Lluis Companys Olympic Stadium, Barça won with authority with a clear score of 5-0, inflicting on the Madrid rival a “manita” (editor’s note, expression used to designate a victory by five goals deviation) in accordance with the rules of the art.
Real have never beaten Barça in history
The Barcelona women thus maintain their unbeaten run in the league this season and now have a six-point lead over Real Madrid, second in the championship tied on points with Levante. Title holders in the Champions League, winners of the last three editions of the Spanish championship, the Catalans gave Real Madrid no chance in a one-sided match. The Hansen-Bonmatí association has once again worked wonders, notably on the opening score of the 2023 Women’s Ballon d’Or.
Untenable on his right wing, Hansen had the opportunity to widen the gap for the first time with a curling shot (39th) which hit the opposing goalkeeper’s post. He had to wait a handful of extra minutes to score the break goal just before the break (2-0, 43rd). Then barely two minutes to see Mariona worsen the score before returning to the locker room (3-0, 45th). In stoppage time, the midfielder Aitana Bonmati (90th+1) and especially Vicky Lopez (90th+4), who became at only 17 years old the youngest player to score in a Clasico, sealed Barcelona’s 15th consecutive victory against Real, who have still not beaten FC Barcelona in the history of Spanish women’s football.