Updated: Dear Derby, we love you.

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I was all ready to say, ‘If Real Madrid don’t turn around and come back for La Liga, I want Atletico to win it,’ well…..this Derby & Diego Costa, certainly changed my mind. What the fack were you thinkin’, Maisougio?? Oh man, there was some nastiness going on, wasn’t there? Bravo to our boys & especially Sergio, Pony has come a long way, for walking away without getting into a fight. Not only did they keep their tempers in check, but they also won by two goals & kept a clean sheet. I think that calls for a couple WOOT WOOT’s! WOOOOOT WOOOOOOT, we just need to keep it together & keep taking points until the boys go off & regroup during Christmas break.

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I’m not sure what this was about, Mou stepping onto the pitch before the match kicked off, I hope to God he isn’t going all Xavi on us….even though I’m having a pitch appreciation moment. Damn, that shit is super green!

(UPDATED: As per the presser on November 30th: “On the whistles that were heard at the Bernabéu against the chants in support of him in the match against Alcoyano he said: “They applauded me and whistled at me, that is life in football. Tomorrow the players will go out to warm up at around 21:25. I will go out at 21:20 on my own, if they want to whistle, I’ll be there. I want those that want to whistle at me to do so, I will accept it calmly and with humility. I have many years of football behind me and will stay focused on the match. During the match, support your team, your Real Madrid, and to help them achieve their aim, which is to win the match”.” So that’s what he was doing on the pitch. But yeah, that shit is super green. – Lozil)

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“I’m trying not to like it, but I think Xavi is on to something.”

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Could it be we came away with the win & a clean sheet, because we had a lucky charm in the stands? Yes, MARCELOOOOOO was in the house! I’m going to go ahead and say that this fro sighting trumps any kind of tunnel action we might have had. Yep, Marcelo is that good, though I don’t think it was wise of the camera person to spot him right before what was supposed to be a somber moment with the minute of silence..

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Maria Teresa Alonso, the fifth victim of last month’s Halloween dance stampede, passed away on Thursday of extensive brain injuries. She was 20 years old. What a tragedy, I was hoping at least one of the girls would pull through. R.I.P Maria. Both team’s players wore black armbands in observance of her death.

Real Madrid players observe a minute of silence, in memory of the fifth victim who died trampled in a concert last month, before their Spanish first division match against Atletico Madrid in Madrid

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And the match kicked off!

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Falcao came at Iker with an early chance to score, but Iker, of course, was all ‘Come at me, bro!’ and nipped that shit in the bud. This clean sheet was to be kept, y’all.

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Oh, Cristiano’s free kicks, such beauties they are. In the 15th minute, Arda Turan was yellow carded for his handball & we were awarded the free kick, which landed us our first goal. Cristiano is a freaking super hero, I don’t need to know how he does it, I just want him to keep doing it! I don’t even need to say anything about the goal, because Iker’s reaction was perfect & sums the whole thang up. AMAYSING.

Iker’s reaction

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Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates his goal against Atletico Madrid during their Spanish first division soccer match at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid

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After our post goal high, Diego Costa really started to get nasty. After taking Pepe down, he delivered a little head knock to Sergio, which I’m very surprised he got away with, by the ref not Sergio. You can catch all the shit he pulls in the video below, which includes throwing spit at Sergio, multiple times. It looks as if Sergio spits back at one point, which I wish he hadn’t, because no matter who is doing the spitting, it’s disgusting all around. And you gotta love the way Costa walks away with Pepe at the end of the match, saying “It’s football, it’s football.” No, that’s not football, you’re a dick & welcome to my shit list.

Real Madrid's Fabio Coentrao fights for the ball with Atletico Madrid's Juanfran during their Spanish first division soccer match at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid

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As if the incidents with Costa weren’t enough, Sergio almost got into it with Falcao. In the 38th minute, Sergio was going after a ball in the corner & sent an arm back, getting Falcao in the face & then saw him go down dramatically. Sergio was not happy and this is what went down….

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Why did Sergio call Falcao, feo? Well, it’s because he insulted his Ponyhood. By the way, words cannot express how much I love that gif, seriously.

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S: What did you just say to me?? F: You heard me, there’s a new Pony in Madrid.

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“You take that fucking back, you know my hair was a beauty. Long, luscious, & silky, unlike your raven haired mess.”

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“You don’t even deserve that headband, they’ll never say WATISH about you.”

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“Shut up, I don’t even want to hear the word Pony come out of your mouth again.”

And this continued until halftime…

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“Ok, Sergio, I take it back. I’m not Madrid’s new Ppp….”

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“I told you, don’t even say the word!”

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F: Po… S: That’s enough, don’t follow me.

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Ooh-we! Well after all that drama, we got our heads back in the game & set out to finish the match. We had one more goal left in us and it was the FSG who would score it!

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Cristiano didn’t score a brace, but he was a part of our second goal, serving up the assist for his little chicklet. In the 66th minute, Ozi brought the final goal home, BAM! He’s so adorable when he scores, maybe because he knows what’s coming to him…

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“I point to my escudo and to my heart, because I love RM & men who pick me up. Come get me, Sergio!”

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Xabi is all “YES! True love! But not perfect love, like Nagore + Xabi.”

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“GIOOOOOO” Ya that’s his pet name for Pony.

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And that’s the look of love as a wave of hot men crashes into you.

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Our last goal was scored, but a few player changes were made. Callejon came on for Di Maria in the 70th minute, Modric came on for Ozil in the 88th minute, & Jose Rodriguez made his La Liga debut, when he came on for Benzema in the 92nd minute.

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Another Derby for Real Madrid!

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“Your name has become synonymous with the word…Perfection. Can you tell us why & how you are so perfect?”

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“Well, I know all the blogs are talking about it, and they seem to have it right. The answer is, just because.”

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And because I can’t end a game post without some Sergio pretty, here you go. Tongue action & a smile!

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Post Match Comments

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From Realmadrid.com

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The Real Madrid assistant coach showed his satisfaction with his team’s effort throughout the match and never thought that the victory was in danger: “We controlled the match more because we scored first to make it 1-0. We didn’t have too many problems at the back and they didn’t create chances. At half time we talked about playing the same way and the team started off in much the same vein, by creating chances. It was a hard-fought game, but we were in control at all times.”

Karanka was not expecting such a comfortable derby, since their performances so far indicated both teams to be more evenly matched: “It was a hard match in the sense that they have been playing well and with a lot of confidence. Everyone thought this was going to be the year that they could beat us. But the team has showed character. In the first half we controlled the game and in the second we created chances.” Furthermore, he stated that a win such as today’s always boosts morale: “Wins always strengthen the group but a team like Real Madrid is strong in character by nature.”
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The Whites assistant coach didn’t believe the match to be an examination of the team and they didn’t face it as such: “For us it was just another match given the points difference. It’s a match to appease your fans after defeat against Betis. That’s how we faced it.” With regard to Cristiano Ronaldo’s performance, he reiterated the importance of the Portuguese within the team: “He’s scored again and set up a goal. He’s in great form.”

He also spoke about the Madrid fans’ attitude towards José Mourinho. He explained that he didn’t see the reaction in the Bernabeu when the coach came out during the build up to the match, but once again highlighted the professionalism of the Real Madrid coach: “We were in the changing room and we didn’t see it. The coach made it clear: there is no challenge against the Madrid fans or against the Bernabeu. He is a coach that supports his team on the pitch, at Valdebebas, in the press room and he is a coach that never hides.” He settled the issue by explaining that “the team has won and the coach has stood up for where the club is at the moment. It is a thing of the past.”

With regard to the possibilities of wining La Liga, Karanka was clear: “The coach said it last week. The maths are there for all to see. We think and work to be there and make up the difference.” Finally, he referred to what happened during the clash with Mono Burgos, the Atlético assistant coach: “These are things that happen on the benches. It’s a derby and everyone wants to put pressure on in any way possible. There’s nothing more to say.”

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Sergio:

Perhaps at the start we found it hard. They played with a high defensive line and we found it difficult to dominate. In spite of this, we continued to want to dominate the game. The team’s form doesn’t matter in a game like this. You don’t live in the past and you’ve got to show that in the day to day. We needed to win today because we can’t afford to lose anymore. After the last La Liga match in Seville, we are still committed and when we all play to our level it is hard to beat us.”

“Cristiano has worked consistently and we’re happy that he’s scored. It doesn’t surprise me because he’s scored from free kicks like today’s in training. He’s been criticised a lot lately and now is not the time to talk about it. Özil a lot of the time prefers to make the last pass as opposed to scoring. But goals are what win matches, we’re happy because he scored and it’s a goal that makes the difference in the match.”

Ramos talked about his dispute with Falcao and Diego Costa throughout the match: “There are plenty of cameras to see what happened, but these things stay on the pitch. There are matches like these, with struggles and battles and Atlético have players who keep possession well and they like to battle and that is a part of football as well. With regard to things outside of the game’s rules and that can damage the game’s image, but that’s what the cameras are there for. I didn’t elbow Falcao. He’s a footballer I respect a lot.”

The Whites’ defender was asked about José Mourinho’s appearance on the pitch minutes before the match began: “He doesn’t come on the pitch with us, we’re tasked with playing and doing our job. He’s the ideal coach for Madrid.” After the victory in the derby, the whites start to prepare for the match on Tuesday against Ajax. “We have a great amount of respect for the Champions League and although we have already qualified we will play to win. Whoever plays will go for the win.”

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Cristiano:

“It was a fantastic night for us. We played well and we scored two goals. It was a very important win for us. We expected a very hard game but we were better than them. It’s always good to win the derby and that’s what we have to take away from this.”

“On the individual level I am very happy with my performance, because I scored a goal and provided an assist. But the most important thing is the team, which played very well.”

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Arbeloa:

“Any win helps and it was important to everyone for us to earn these three points. We saw the Real Madrid that we all love, playing with great intensity. Atlético is a great team, it is above us in the standings and we have to give ourselves credit, too.”

The Real Madrid player answered the questions about his coach and the delay in the meeting previous to the game: “I don’t know if they booed Mourinho or not, the important thing is the game and the fact that we won. The coach’s watch is a little ahead of mine. Those are the rules and we accept them.” Regarding their situation in the Liga, he said, “The truth is that Barcelona is still far and we have to hope that they lose, but we can’t stop fighting. The Liga is not lost if we don’t give it up for lost.”

Jose Rodriguez:

José Rodríguez played his First Division debut with Real Madrid against Atlético. The academy player explained his perspective on the game: “We had the ball and controlled the game almost the entire time. They hardly touched the ball. We played a good game. The coach told us that we had to be united and Cristiano Ronaldo did very well.” Regarding his first few minutes in the Liga and the fact that, just like Raúl, he made his debut at the age of 17, the academy player said, “I can’t compare myself to Raúl, but I am happy with my debut.”

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Pepe:

“The fans have really supported us and we are very happy with the game that we played. We felt the fans on our side and we thank them for the support that they showed for both the team and the coach.”

In reference to his team’s chances of winning the Liga once again, he commented: “It is always important to win at home. We know what we have to do. We have to do credit to the Real Madrid shirt until the end of the championship and then we will do the accounts at the end. We have to do our part, go from game to game, and we’re going to keep on like that until the end.”

The Portuguese player praised the season being played by the rival they had faced that night: “Atlético de Madrid is a good team. We beat the second-place team in the standings, which is a team with good players and a good playing philosophy. Plus, we took points away from them and that is always important.”

Lastly, when asked about the brushes he had with some of the Atlético de Madrid forwards, he said, “That is normal, those are things that happen in the game. Everyone defends their interests and the most important thing was our attitude.”

Xabi:

“The entire game was very hard-fought, but we didn´t have many problems. We controlled them pretty well, above all after Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal. We knew that it was going to be like that because they came with a good dynamic.”

The midfielder recalled that the Liga is long and that this was an important victory:We wanted to win this game, even more after losing on the previous day of play. There are still many points to be contested and we have to accumulate them three by three and try to reduce the distance.” Xabi Alonso answered the question about his actions with Diego Costa: “Those are things that stay on the pitch.”

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Pics & Gifs via gfsports, xiaoyao0620, megustaelfutbol, mrs-tuttifrutichiquita, concretar, color-de-fresa, cheekybackheel, and madridismo.org.

HALA MADRID!!!

-Maisougio

16 Responses to “Updated: Dear Derby, we love you.”

  1. headbandsandheartbreak December 4, 2012 at 3:26 pm #

    In re: Mou on the pitch before the match – here’s the info from the presser on the 30th – “On the whistles that were heard at the Bernabéu against the chants in support of him in the match against Alcoyano he said: “They applauded me and whistled at me, that is life in football. Tomorrow the players will go out to warm up at around 21:25. I will go out at 21:20 on my own, if they want to whistle, I’ll be there. I want those that want to whistle at me to do so, I will accept it calmly and with humility. I have many years of football behind me and will stay focused on the match. During the match, support your team, your Real Madrid, and to help them achieve their aim, which is to win the match”.

    – Lozil

  2. Katie Ann December 4, 2012 at 4:45 pm #

    I was bracing myself for a fight that entire game. Like mentally, I was all, “Don’t throw punches, don’t throw punches!” because, yeah, it was ugly. Costa was awful. Loving our boys and their goal-scoring, group-hugging ways, though.

    Also, you guys, please tell me I wasn’t the only one who saw Xabi squeeze Cristiano’s shoulder right before the moment of silence. I shrieked and clapped my hands when he did it.

  3. Lici December 4, 2012 at 4:59 pm #

    Is it just me who was a bit disappointed with Sergio’s petulance?? the way he kept running up to the referee reminded me of a child telling tales! I suppose it’s better than punching Costa, although I think I would have liked that by the end of the match. So happy with Bambi’s goal, his face was a picture when Sergio picked him up.

    Great game though and much better play from the boys than I had expected.

  4. Natalie December 4, 2012 at 5:15 pm #

    wow, Diego Costa is a meanie

  5. CinematiqueChic December 4, 2012 at 5:38 pm #

    I had a sad sad stream during the first half and barely knew what was happening. But I did get to see Cristiano’s beautiful goal and Iker’s perfect reaction. I missed most of Diego Costa’s fuckery, but I did catch the headbutt. Hope that made him feel better about how completely Madrid owned Atlético in that match. And always.

  6. MissLadya December 4, 2012 at 7:03 pm #

    That first pic sums up Özil’s bromances pretty well, neatly in a row: Sergio and Sami subtly trying to muscle the other off Özi while poor Benz was just scavenging what scraps of attention he could get on the outskirts. Pepe was happy enough to compensate for Marcelo not being there to celebrate with them. And Xabi’s there because he’s Xabi and fuck you that’s why.

  7. Jenny December 4, 2012 at 7:04 pm #

    This is the best spam EVER.

  8. black widow December 4, 2012 at 8:39 pm #

    that little clip of iker will NEVER get old. it’s hilarious. i’ve seen it on several different blogs and it never fails to crack me up. and people say he shows no emotion!

    i’m almost glad i couldn’t see this match live. it would have gotten my blood pressure up. the ugliness and dirtiness rivalled the clasicos. but we won, that’s all that matters. that and closing the gap from 8 to 5. watch out, atletico … we’re coming for you.

  9. Tasha December 5, 2012 at 1:34 am #

    I really enjoyed this match. Watchin that video of Costa n the spit was so friggin disgusting I almost threw up. After all that diego Costa goes n touches pepe with those gloves he was was puttin his spit on……….EW. Ronnie’s freekick was a beauty but aren’t they always, iker reaction said it all.

  10. Phédre December 5, 2012 at 2:09 am #

    Wow, that Costa dude must have had some kind of deathwish. I’m surprised he made it out in one piece with all the shit he pulled towards Pepe, Sese and Xabi. And although Sese did spit back at him at one time I’m still proud of him for keeping his cool. A few years ago we would have seen a completely different thing.
    No better way to pay them back than a clean sheet and two lovely goals! And ofcourse Sese was the first to hug our little FSG!

  11. jellyace December 5, 2012 at 9:49 am #

    I shall remember this match because I got my 11-year old cule nephew (yes, Messi is his man) to wake up at 5am to watch the match with me and cheer for Real Madrid! His dad said he could never wake him up for matches even for the World Cup. And for his birthday, he graciously accepted the RM CR7 jersey I gave him and even wore it to football practice. Bit by bit, I shall make a Madridista out of him!

  12. kara wilson December 5, 2012 at 11:37 am #

    what grown man throws spit? thats something a child would do!

  13. mygypsyspirit December 5, 2012 at 2:28 pm #

    I tweeted at one point something to the effect of “This match has red card written all over it” I’m really glad that I was wrong.

    Random info on the extremely green grass: Quite a few years ago Perez hired the head grounds keeper from Arsenal. He’d been called the best grounds keeper while he was still in London, and now Perez pretty much does anything to keep him. Don’t ask how I know that… (You already know how). And they also keep artificial light on it when the sun isn’t in a position to get at parts of the pitch. It’s a strangely cool process.

    Oh god… I sound like Xavi!

    • maisoun December 5, 2012 at 2:44 pm #

      No you’re sounding like his dream girl! hahaha I’d be careful if I were you.. 😉 thanks for the info though, I was mesmerized by the super green!

    • jellyace December 5, 2012 at 9:25 pm #

      Dare I go into the Xavi Dark Green Side, but I have often wondered what they do to make the grass so perfect. The Dark Side of me thought: Spray Paint.

  14. Teia December 6, 2012 at 2:46 am #

    lurker here; every girl’s worst nightmare–> being called ‘feo’ (i realize it would be ‘fea’, but you get my drift) by Sergio! and now we have the gif to see how traumatizing it can really be…

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