Cristiano Ronaldo v Lionel Messi: How the world saw el Clasico
Last night, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi proved yet again why they stand alone as the world's greatest players.
The pair scored two goals each as the latest instalment of el Clasico ended 2-2.
For last night's match, Barcelona revealed that 680 press accreditations were given out to cover the game at the Nou Camp. That included 71 written media outlets, 15 radio stations and 32 television companies. The number of countries represented among those accredited stood at 28 - from Columbia to Croatia and Belgium to Burkina Faso.
There can be no doubt that this is the biggest fixture in the world when it comes to club football. Here, we take a look at how the match was covered around the globe...
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