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Real Madrid's Lucas Vazquez Outrageously Showboated While His Team Were Losing 4-0 To Barcelona

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Real Madrid's Lucas Vazquez Outrageously Showboated While His Team Were Losing 4-0 To Barcelona

Sunday’s El Clasico was certainly one to remember, as Barcelona trounced Real Madrid 4-0 at the Bernabeu.

Xavi’s side ran riot at the home of their biggest rivals to extend their winning run in La Liga to five matches.

While the result may have been a disappointment for Madrid, they remain top of the league and are nine points clear of closest rivals Sevilla.

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Complacency could have been to blame for Sunday’s result, such is the size of Madrid’s lead in the title race.

Eagle-eyed fans have now spotted a hilarious moment from Lucas Vazquez which would support the theory that Madrid were not taking the match as seriously as they should have been.

The Spaniard was brought on by Carlo Ancelotti in the 63rd minute, with his side already trailing 4-0.

After intercepting a wayward pass from Barcelona defender Gerard Pique, Vazquez controlled the ball with his chest, flicked it over his head and span around before bringing it down.

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Real Madrid supporters on social media saw the funny side of his showboat.

One fan wrote on Twitter: “Bro how can you blame me for loving this guy, he's too much man.”

Another joked: "Y'all down 4-0? Not me bruh, 0-0 since I came on."

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Speaking before the match, Vazquez was confident Real Madrid would come out on top.

Barcelona ran out 4-0 winners at the Bernabeu (Image: PA)
Barcelona ran out 4-0 winners at the Bernabeu (Image: PA)

“It is a very nice match to play, very important for us before the national team break and, we come from a good set of results,” he said.

“The game is to attack and defend all together, being united I think we will be able to do them a lot of damage.”

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It was, however, Barcelona who would run out comfortable winners, thanks to a brace from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and goals from Ronald Araujo and Ferran Torres.

The Catalan club are now third in the table and are 12 points behind Madrid, having played one game less.

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Featured Image Credit: La Liga

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

Rory O'Callaghan
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