Cristiano Ronaldo’s looking forward to playing the ‘Clásico’ against Barcelona 5

Real Madrid’s striker Cristiano Ronaldo is ready to play another ‘Clásico’ against his prestigious main rival, Barcelona. On Wednesday 30th January the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium will welcome the mythical  ‘Clásico’ between these two historic clubs for the semifinal of the Copa Del Rey.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s looking forward to playing the ‘Clásico’ against Barcelona

Cristiano Ronaldo’s looking forward to playing the ‘Clásico’ against Barcelona

Cristiano Ronaldo said after having scored three of Madrid’s four goals against Getafe in La Liga last Sunday he is “looking forward to have a great night against Barça”. He said on Real Madrid’s official site that “it’s always such an important and complicated match against Barcelona”.

He knows the merengue will face “ one of the most difficult teams in the world”, but the ‘madridistas’ are willing to give their best as “we’re playing at home and have many chances of getting a good result”, Ronaldo added.

Tomorrow, the Santiago Bernabeu will host a duel of giants between the two best players in the world, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Which one will win?

Messi  responded to Ronaldo’s hat trick and was even stronger than him since he had four times the ball in the Osasuna’s net. This is a game within the game, as it has often been since the arrival of Ronaldo at Real Madrid. The legendary rivalry of both teams is accentuated by the rivalry of the two best players in the world who are engaged in a fierce battle. And the least we can say is that both players are ready for the clasico, and they always deliver during this massive clash. During the last six clasicos, Cristiano Ronaldo scored seven goals, what to expect more from the Portuguese.

The last clasico, played in October Real Madrid 2-2 FC Barcelona Highlights

Anyway, Cristiano Ronaldo is eager face  Barça. “This is a very important game, a tough game. We need to play well because we know that Barcelona is a great team. Hopefully it will be a great night for us. We will play this great game. ‘ On his side, Leo Messi passed the 200 goals mark in La Liga and became the seventh player in the history of the league to exceed this symbolic landmark. He scored three quadruplets. His personal best is five goals in a game against the unfortunate defenders of Bayer Leverkusen. What is certain is that Messi and Ronaldo are on another planet. In a little over 48 hours now, the  two magicians will meet again and try to prove which one is the best.