Barcelona on Saturday recorded their third successive win in La Liga matches at Real Madrid for the 1st time in their history as they whipped the defending champions 0-3 in 2017's last EL Clasico.

After playing second fiddle to their host in the first half, Barcelona came back smoking in the second half where they pumped three goals past 10-man Real Madrid team.

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Luis Suarez got the opener before Lionel Messi doubled the advantage for the visitors to score what was his 25th #ELClasico goal.

The bad day at the office got worse for Real Madrid as Alex Vidal added salt to their injury deep into stoppage time with the third goal of teh match.

With the three points from Saturday's game, Barcelona now enjoy a 14-point gap over Real Madrid and many now say the La Liga title is out of reach for the defending champions.

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