where to watch Barcelona vs Real Madrid on tv

At the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas, on Saturday night, the 'friendly' version of El Clasico will be played, with Barcelona and Real Madrid putting on a show for the Texan spectators rather than competing against one other.

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where to watch Barcelona vs Real Madrid on tv

The most recent match that Xavi's team played was in Los Angeles, where they were defeated by Arsenal 5-3. Meanwhile, their colleagues in the capital region defeated Manchester United 2-0.

Despite the fact that they were able to put three goals past an Arsenal team that had been hampered in an earlier loss to Man United, Barcelona failed to bring their defensive savvy with them to the United States. Instead, Xavi witnessed his side allow five goals against the Gunners in a disappointing start to their transatlantic stay.

Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha, and Ferran Torres were the Catalans players that were successful in breaking through the Arsenal defense, but Leandro Trossard's brace, Bukayo Saka's finish, Kai Havertz's toe-poke, and Fabio Vieira's thunderbolt were the goals that ultimately led to Arsenal's victory on Wednesday night.

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how to watch Barcelona vs Real Madrid

Xavi stated that he was left surprised by Arsenal's level of effort in that exhibition game, and the 43-year-old can be confident that his team will not take it easy in Dallas as they look to quickly return to winning ways following their 2-0 victory against Vissel Kobe a month ago.

An illness epidemic did Barcelona no favors before to their eight-goal extravaganza against Arsenal; their intended battle with Juventus had to be put off; nevertheless, Xavi's side have seemingly fully recovered from that viral episode and have another trio of challenging friendlies on the menu.

In point of fact, AC Milan and Joan Gamper Trophy contenders Tottenham Hotspur are waiting in the wings before La Blaugrana begin the defense of their La Liga championship, which Real Madrid will work hard to take away from them in the coming months.

Joselu, who is on loan from Espanyol, scored the insurance goal for Real Madrid in their midweek victory over Man United. Prior to Joselu's goal, Real Madrid had already taken the lead after Jude Bellingham scored a goal for Los Blancos with a deft dink after only six minutes of play. Joselu's performance won over the Bernabeu faithful in amazing way.

The Red Devils' attempts to claw their way back into the Texan tie were useless, and in the dying embers of the contest, Joselu unleashed a superb overhead kick past a stationary Andre Onana, who was otherwise a bright light in Man United's 2-0 loss. The match ended in a loss for Man United.

Carlo Ancelotti's squad is currently undefeated in preseason play after emerging victorious in a nail-biting 3-2 contest against Milan. They will play on North American soil for the penultimate time in preseason this weekend, with their final exhibition match against Juventus taking place on August 1 before they go back to Italy.

Ancelotti hailed his squad as "complete" following their victory over the Red Devils, having seeing a new-look 4-4-2 work to fine effect. Real president Florentino Perez had already poured cold water on the potential of additional additions this summer. Real president Florentino Perez had already poured cold water on the prospect of further signings this summer.

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