Real Madrid will not hold back in El Clasico against Barcelona at Camp Nou on Sunday as they bid to close a nine-point gap their arch-rivals at the top of La Liga.Barca would take a huge step towards winning their first title for four years by beating the champions for the third time in a row."We will play attacking football on Sunday.
Without taking risks, we will go out on attack," Real manager Carlo Ancelotti told a news conference on Saturday."The team have been doing very well, we are in a good moment, mentally as well.
But we have also improved a lot technically and tactically."Sunday will be the second of three clashes in a little over a month.After losing 3-1 to their main rivals in the Spanish Super Cup final, Real were beaten 1-0 in the first leg of their Copa del Rey semi-final by a Barcelona side with a pragmatic defensive game plan."What I see is a very solid Barca, a team who concedes very little, with an important collective commitment.
They suffered a little more than usual but won that game," Ancelotti said."But they defended like that because they managed to get in front early.Read more on rte.ie
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