Real Madrid prevailed 2–1 against Barcelona in a new edition of the Classic, corresponding to the 30th date of the Spanish tournament, which now has the ‘Merengues’ at the top, along with the ‘Colchonero’, although those led by Diego Simeone have one less match. Zidezine Zidane’s made a difference in the first half, when they scored first through Karim Benzema in the 13th minute and then expanded the difference after a free kick from Toni Kroos, who deviated first in Sergiño Dest and then in Jordi Alba. Barcelona missed 15 minutes of the second half with a goal by Oscar Mingueza, who put his leg to a centre in Alba and left Thibaut Courtois without a chance. Lionel Messi fulfilled his 45th Classic and reached defender Sergio Ramos as the owner of the ranking of most matches played. About the end of the match, those led by Ronald Koeman had the tie on the right leg of Ilaix Moriba, who stopped a Lenglet head pass at the penalty point and fired, but the ball hit the crossbar and came out. With this result, Real Madrid leads La Liga with 66 points alongside Atletico Madrid, who tomorrow will be measured with Betis to be the sole pointer of the tournament again, since he holds from the beginning and in which he knew how to take ten points of advantage.