¡Calamidad!

If you’ve had de ja vu whilst watching the football lately, you’re not alone. Everytime we seem to look at who’s playing, Barcelona and Real Madrid are clashing heads again.

Last night, the second time they’ve played each other in the past week, was to decide a victor for the esteemed Copa Del Rey (The King’s Cup). It’s the only tournament of it’s kind in country and holds a tremendous amount of history in Spanish football.

In the end, Ronaldo’s 103rd minute strike broke Catalan hearts and ended a three-year trophy drought for Madrid. Afterwards, a huge celebration ensued in the nation’s capital, with the squad holding the prestigious trophy aloft on an open top bus. But when watching the festivities, one begins to wonder if those three-year’s without a trophy in their hands wasn’t such a bad thing…