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Casemiro Showed Off Some Brilliant Sh*thousery During El Clasico

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Casemiro Showed Off Some Brilliant Sh*thousery During El Clasico

Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro split opinions after he was spotted laughing and smiling at the Barcelona bench after his sending off during El Clasico.

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Whilst it was Karim Benzema's incredible backheel and Toni Kroos' excellent free kick that earned all three points for Real Madrid on Saturday night, Casemiro was even more important, as Barcelona pressured in the second half.

The midfielder won the most fouls and made the most interceptions and tackles, denying the visitors several attacking opportunities as they went hunting for goals.

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He was sent off at the start of injury time for two yellow cards within a minute of each other, and the 29-year-old's reaction when walking off was certainly enjoyed by fans of Zinedine Zidane's team.

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Casemiro's long walk off the pitch, after he'd been sent off, was the catalyst for Gerard Pique getting booked, despite not playing in the game.

The Barca centre back was on the bench and after the game went to remonstrate with the referee about the fact that only four minutes were added on.

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It wasn't the Brazilian midfielder's only moment of sh*thousery either as he even had his own run in with the referee.

After a confrontation with Barca midfielder Ilaix Moriba, Casemiro slapped the officials hand away, as Jesus Gil Manzano tried to calm things down.

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And there was one man who certainly enjoyed Casemiro's antics, with Real captain Sergio Ramos, missing through injury, applauding his teammate off the pitch following his red card.

Featured Image Credit: beIN Sports/PA

Topics: Football, El Clasico, Barcelona, Casemiro, Real Madrid, La Liga

Ryan Sidle
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