Clásico 1951/52

It was the season of the Five Cups, won by a formidable team based around Hungarian superstar Ladislau Kubala. The league was won thanks to victories such as this against a determined Real Madrid side at Les Corts. It was a spectacular game decided thanks to César Rodríguez’s effectiveness in front of goal, resulting in a hat trick consisting of two headers and a solo effort in which he weaved his way through two defenders. Five matches later Barça clinched the title with a three point lead over Athletic Bilbao.

FC Barcelona: Velasco, Martín, Biosca, Seguer, Gonzalvo III, Bosch, Basora, César, Vila, Kubala, Manchón.

Entrenador: Fernando Daucik.

Real Madrid: J. Alonso, G. Alonso, Oliva, Navarro, Muñoz, Zárraga, Molowny, Olsen, Pahiño, Joseíto, Arsuaga.

Entrenador: Héctor Scarone.

Árbitro: Rivero Lecue.

Goles: Min. 10, 1-0: Vila Min. 34, 1-1: Olsen Min. 36, 2-1: César Min. 38, 2-2: Arsuaga Min. 57, 3-2: César Min. 74, 4-2: César