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Lionel Messi puts the heat on as the greatest ever player decides one of Barcaelona’s all-time best clashes with Real Madrid

THE 266th El Clasico will be remembered as one one of the greatest ever — and was decided by the greatest player in history.

Fans around the world  hailed Lionel Messi on Sunday night as they revelled in  a match that will stand the test of time.

Lionel Messi bagged a masterful, match-winning double in the El Clasico
Lionel Messi bagged a masterful, match-winning double in the El Clasico
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Argentine icon Messi led Barcelona to a last-gasp 3-2 triumph at Real Madrid and the Catalans  now top La Liga because of a better head-to-head record.


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The Barca hero then cranked up the pressure on Madrid as the race for La Liga reaches melting point.

Messi said: “We went to the Bernabeu looking for a win to keep  ourselves in the battle for the Liga title.

“There’s still a long way to go, but we came away with the joy of having taken an important step. #Never follow.”

Madrid are level on points and have a game in hand — away to Manchester United’s Europa League rivals Celta Vigo.

The date for that league fixture has not been decided yet because of the  Uefa matches.

Barcelona enjoy one of the great night in El Clasico history with a last-gasp win
Barcelona enjoy one of the great night in El Clasico history with a last-gasp win
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Messi struck twice, including Barcelona’s winner at Real Madrid with a brace that marked two massive landmarks.He became the greatest scorer in Clasico history with 33 strikes.

And he reached 501 goals for Barcelona.

Messi’s attempt was clear. To crank up the pressure on Real Madrid who have a game in hand.

Lionel Messi walked the walk as he showed Real rival Cristiano Ronaldo who is boss
Lionel Messi walked the walk as he showed Cristiano Ronaldo who is boss
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And his #neverfollow dig was designed wind up his rival Cristiano Ronaldo who was anonymous in the Spanish supermatch.

Messi proved yet again why he is the greatest player in history with a confounding performance. A seminal display in the game’s history.

And that despite suffering a stamp from Casemiro, an elbow from Marcelo and a potentially leg-breaking two-footed lunge from Sergio Ramos.

Shamed Real skipper Ramos was sent off and went off pointing to Gerard Pique and mouthing off. He was locked in a war of words with his Spain side-kick after the match.

Ramos said: “I did not blame the ref. I was speaking to Pique not with the ref. Refs can get it right or not. It was decisive, this.

Marcelo Vieira pats Lionel Messi on the back - before the Barcelona superstar got up to sink Real on the floor and Marcelo Vieira
Marcelo Vieira pats Lionel Messi on the back – before the Barcelona superstar got up to sink Real Madrid in an all-time great derby
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“But my thing was with Pique. I did not go to injure him. After seeing it 40 times yes I was late but I did not touch him. Messi made the most of it.”

Pique hit back: “When he goes home he will see it was a red card.

“He went in two-footed from the front when Messi was breaking through on his own.

Sergio Ramos says he does not blame the ref for an El Clasico red card that caused a storm
Sergio Ramos does not blame the ref for an El Clasico red card that caused a storm
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“What happens is that they are used to permissive referees here and when there isn’t one, they react the way they do.

“I did not hear Ramos, I saw he was pointing at me, I suppose it was about the red card. When he sees the incident again he will regret it because it’s a straight red card.”

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