The Gaza Post|The News of Palestine-Madrid
Real Madrid will be aiming to become the first team to beat Barcelona in La Liga this season as they face their rivals in El Clasico on Sunday.
Even though there will be little impact of the ‘clasico’ with Barcelona already crowned champions and Real Madrid booking their spot in the Champions League next season, it is still being regarded as ‘the clasico of honour’. It will certainly be the last ‘clasico’ for Andres Iniesta and possibly Gareth Bale, who is expected to consider his future at Real in the summer. With the massive rivalry between the two clubs, Zinedine Zidane ruled out the guard of honour for Barcelona.