Real Madrid vs Barcelona Live Football Score 23-07-2022

Real Madrid vs Barcelona Live Football Score 23-07-2022

Real Madrid is going head to head with Barcelona starting on 24 Jul 2022 at 03:00 UTC . The match is a part of the Club Friendly Games.
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First of all, congratulations to Real Madrid for winning the Copa del Rey, fair and square.
After taking a media bashing for Saturday’s ultra-defensive approach, the Empire (Real Madrid) bounced back in style, defeating the Jedi-Knight (FC Barcelona) on Naboo (Valencia’s Mestalla).

Apparently the recruitment of Darth Maul (Cristiano Ronaldo) has already paid rich dividends as it was he who dissolved the Jedi’s resistance, albeit with some assistance from Admiral Ozzel (Angel Di Maria).
Once again did Darth Vader (Jose Mourinho) remind the (football) universe of his immense value. Needless to say, Emperor Palpatine will feel his latest investment in the second Death Star aka the Galacticos 2.0 has been vindicated.

The Jedi, although at times looking like the more threating battalion will feel they could’ve won the battle of Naboo.
Among the brave resistance fighters who fell victim to the Empire was Lando Calrissian (David Villa). In his last few encounters Lando has been anything but lethal. It remains to be seen if he can recover his mojo back.
For now, let’s be gracious in defeat, congratulate the Empire and look forward to the next epic clash. Who knows, if my Star Wars analogy holds true the Jedi will prevail and restore order in the Universe 😉

There’s a lot of excitement around both Real Madrid and Barcelona this summer, with the latter signing some exciting players and the former having strengthened their squad of European champions.
Preparing for the 2022/23 season, the two LaLiga Santander giants will face off in the United States in a pre-season Clasico, which has fans’ mouths watering.
Raphinha’s reported recent comments about Real Madrid had fans craving this game, though the Brazilian has since insisted that he did not claim that Barcelona were “better than” Los Blancos. Even still, there’s likely to be a bit of spice around the clash.

When does Barcelona vs Real Madrid start?

While fans of both Barcelona and Real Madrid back in Spain will undoubtedly be keeping a keen eye on this summer Clasico, those in the United States will likely have even more of an interest with the game being played there.
With that in mind, the Barcelona vs Real Madrid kick off time is set for 23:00 ET, as in Las Vegas that will be a local kick-off time of 20:00 on Saturday evening.

This week happens “El Clasico”, as the Real Madrid vs. Barcelona showdown is known. From Sports Value’s analysis, the clashes between the two giants of Spanish football undoubtedly represent the biggest economic impact of world football.
Both brands have already transcended their home country and today produce impacts on a planetary scale. In addition to the high revenues, both are highly efficient in their global communication. Real and Barça already have over 250 million fans on different social networks.

This index created by Sports Value only considers operating revenues from stadiums, TV rights and marketing. The two clubs revenues were very boosted in recent years and together the clubs reached 1.6 billion euros in 2019.
The accumulated inflation in Spain in the period was 35%.
The most striking points is the strength of their brands are the negotiating of millionaire sponsor contracts, huge product sales, high value TV deals and elevated capacity to generate revenue from their stadiums.

The Merengue club has managed to create a virtuous cycle in its management around it, where even with heavy investment in players acquisition and high salaries. However has maintained budgetary control, including expanding its financial strength.
Real’s wages expenditures in 2019 exceeded 355 million euros, or 47% of its operating revenues.
The club’s highest salary level was in 2017, when salaries totaled 377 million euros or 56% of revenues.

The Catalan club surpassed its rival in revenues and in 2019 leads the ranking among all sports teams in the world.
Barça ended the 2018-19 season with a very high level of operating revenues, a total of 837 million euros, compared to 690 million euros from the previous season. The club has seen revenues grow 21% this past year.
The culés grew even more than Madrid’s rival. In 2003 they made 123 million euros. Five years later it was over 290 million euros and after a decade it reached 483 million euros. In recent years the growth has been very strong and has culminated in this revenue of over 800 million euros in 2019.

The blaugrana club managed to create around itself the same Real Madrid process, this virtuous cycle in its management. Where even with investments in hiring and high wages, the budget balance is maintained.
Barça’s wages expenditures in 2019 were 426 million euros, or 51% of its operating revenues.
The Catalan club have been closing their seasons with profits, but the situation is far more complicated than Real Madrid’s. Barça has high costs and this season ended the year with only 4.5 million in net profits, pressured by high expenses, even with so many new revenues.

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