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FC Barcelona News, 22 November 2015: Barça destroy Real Madrid in El Clásico, back in training for Champions League

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Real Madrid v FC Barcelona: Barça run to El Clásico rout at the Bernabéu | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona turned in a virtuoso performance on Saturday night at the Santiago Bernabéu, meticulously carving up Real Madrid up and down the pitch to take the first El Clásico of the 2015/16 season by a score of 4-0.

Luis Enrique: 'It's a memorable night' | FC Barcelona
Following FC Barcelona’s thorough 4–0 demolishing of Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu on Saturday night, head coach Luis Enrique appeared in the press room and expressed a high-degree of satisfaction with the way the game went.

Iniesta: 'Frankly, we played a complete game' | FC Barcelona
"Our lead is six points but it is not decisive, there’s a long way to go. We leave here satisfied," said Andrés Iniesta just after an El Clásico that will go down in history. Iniesta, captaining the team for the first time in a game against Real Madrid, was one of the keys for FC Barcelona.

Barcelona no longer fear Madrid - Busquets | FourFourTwo
Sergio Busquets feels Barcelona have changed the landscape of Spanish football in recent years as they no longer fear Real Madrid. The Catalans beat their arch-rivals 4-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday thanks to a double from Luis Suarez and goals from Neymar and Andres Iniesta.

Five key points from a magnificent evening | FC Barcelona
Solid defending, Sergi Roberto, Suárez, Neymar and the midfield all deserve credit for the amazing 4-0 win at Real Madrid

International press hails FC Barcelona’s Clásico masterclass | FC Barcelona
Barça earn the plaudits from publications all over the world after historic win at the Santiago Bernabeu

Back to training after Clásico victory | FC Barcelona
After the 4-0 win at the Santiago Bernabéu, the first team trained on Sunday morning on the Tito Vilanova field at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper. Luis Enrique had his full squad with him, along with reserve team midfielder Sergi Samper. The focus was on recovery from the Clásico in Madrid, but also on Tuesday’s return to Champions League action at home to AS Roma.

Manchester United Chelsea Barcelona in for Everton's Stones - ESPN FC
Despite major protests to the contrary from manager Roberto Martinez, it's hard to imagine John Stones making it through January (not to mention next summer) as an Everton player.

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