EL CLASICO RECORD HISTORY

El Classico is not merely about football, it divides people based on identity. Madrid are an establishment club, backed by Franco and the wealthy part of Madrid, whereas Barcelona are a proud Catalan club, who see themselves are a representative of Catalonia in La Liga. This divide ensures that the two clubs have deeply different cultures, identities and mentalities, coupled with them being the two biggest clubs in Spain, this makes El Classico the biggest and most intense derby in world football.

Here are the records on different directories of this famous derby:



Top 10 goal scorers:

1. Lionel Messi (FC Barcelona) – 23 goals
2. Alfredo Di Stefano (Real Madrid) – 18 goals
3. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) – 16 goals
4. Raul Gonzalez (Real Madrid) – 15 goals
5. Cesar Rodriguez (Real Madrid) – 14 goals
6. Francisco Gento (Real Madrid) – 14 goals
7. Ferenc Puskas (Real Madrid) – 14 goals
8. Santillana (Real Madrid) – 12 goals
9. Juanito (Real Madrid) – 10 goals
10. Josep Samitier (RMA/FCB) – 10 goals

Most assists:
Leonel Messi - 13 assists

Most hat-tricks:
Jaime LazcanoSantiago BernabéuPaulino AlcántaraLionel Messi and Ferenc Puskás have all scored two hat-tricks in El Clásico history (2).

Most appearances:
AppearancesPlayerClub
43Manuel SanchísReal Madrid
42Francisco GentoReal Madrid
42XaviBarcelona
37Fernando HierroReal Madrid
37RaúlReal Madrid
37Iker CasillasReal Madrid
35Andrés IniestaBarcelona
34Lionel MessiBarcelona
34Sergio RamosReal Madrid
Most consecutive matches without conceding a goal:

GamesClubPeriod
5Barcelona3 April 1972 – 17 February 1974
3Barcelona10 January 1914 – 7 March 1916
3Real Madrid29 June 1974 – 11 May 1975
3Barcelona29 November 2009 – 29 November 2010
Longest undefeated runs:

GamesClubPeriod
14Real Madrid31 January 1931 – 3 February 1935
13Barcelona1 November 1917 – 3 June 1928
Most consecutive wins:

GamesClubPeriod
6Barcelona25 January 1948 – 15 January 1949
6Real Madrid30 September 1962 – 28 February 1965
5Real Madrid5 March 1933 – 3 February 1935
5Barcelona13 December 2008 – 29 November 2010

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