November 29, 2010: FC Barcelona 5 – Real Madrid 0
The 2010 match between these two rivals was one of the most lopsided finishes in El Clasico history with the home side, Barcelona, dismantling what was a very talented Real Madrid team. Barca dominated in every facet of the game taking an early lead off a chip goal from Xavi in the 9th minute and added to the one goal lead just eight minutes later when Pedro poked home a cross that was tipped by Madrid keeper Iker Casilas.
Right off the bat in the second half, the dangerous David Villa scored in the 54th and 56th minutes to shut the door on any comeback chance from Los Blancos. The icing on the cake came in the 90th minute when Jeffrén redirected a low cross past Casillas.
The game turned ugly in the closing minutes as Barcelona keeper Victor Valdes and Iker Casillas got into a heated argument after Sergio Ramos was sent off for a rash challenge on Lionel Messi drawing a red card and a large pushing match between the two teams.
José Mourinho’s squad were enjoying a historic start to the season going 12 games without a loss (10 wins and 2 draws) before being shocked by Barca. Mourinho said after the game that he wasn’t expecting to win every game that season, but was surprised by how badly his side was beaten that November night in the Camp Nou.