By Kevin Koczwara
This weekend was another weekend of big games with top-four implications, fights for first place, and possible relegation for a perennial mid-table team.
There was the Merseyside derby in Liverpool, Everton verse Liverpool, and the ‘El Clasico’ in Spain between La Liga’s giants, Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Both matches are always important to fans of the clubs and the players, and like most years, these derby’s were important for the clubs themselves as they try and wrangle good position in their respected leagues.
Let’s Start in Spain
This isn’t just a game, it is a rivalry steeped in history, politics and features two of the most popular and powerful clubs in the world.