Mapa de calor de la possessió del Barça contra el Madrid.

- The official match stats confirm that Barça enjoyed 62% possession, recovered the ball 80 times and lost it 100 times. Mourinho’s players recovered the ball 83 times and lost it 99 times.

- Barça made 664 passes while the locals were restricted to 298. Here is a map of the Real Madrid action zones:

- Each team had 10 shots. For Barça, four were on target plus one to the woodwork, while for Real Madrid just 2 were on target.

- As for fouls, Real Madrid committed 19 and Barça, 5. Each side was shown three yellow cards.

- Barça has won five of the last nine matches played in the Bernabéu, drawn three and lost just once – in the Super Cup. Barça has also scored in the last ten clásicos away from home – a new record.

- The Barça goal ended a run of three clean sheets in Cup matches in the Bernabéu for Real Madrid.

- Barça has gone through to the next round in six of the eight Cup ties when they have drawn 1-1 in the first leg away from home. However, one of the two ties Barça lost was against Real Madrid, in the semi-finals of the 1992/93 campaign.

- Xavi Hernández has played in 36 clásicos and overtakes Santillana in a ranking headed by Sanchís (43), Gento (42), Hierro and Raúl (37).

- Xavi and Puyol have played together in 29 clásicos. The record in this particular ranking is held by Míchel and Sanchis, with 30.

- Barça started the match against Real Madrid with nine home-grown players in the starting line-up (Alba, Puyol, Piqué, Sergio, Cesc, Xavi, Iniesta, Messi and Pedro). Thiago came on in the second half to make it a round ten.

- Cesc has scored nine goals this season, two of them in the Cup. Interestingly, eight of them have been away from home.

- With Mascherano watching the match from the subs bench, Pinto is now the only Barça player to have played in all seven Cup games this season.

- Pedro has reached a double century of competitive Barça appearances, made up of 124 in the league, 40 in the Champions League, 23 in the Cup, seven in the Spanish Super Cup, four in the World Club Championship and two in the European Super Cup.

- Piqué had the best ball recovery rate, together with Arbeloa (16).


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