Updated: January 2019

Betsafe: 11/4 for Messi and Ronaldo to score in the El Classico

10 January 2019

This season has been an amazing and equally turbulent one to say in the La Liga. At the start of the season, Barcelona looked so deserted and forlorn of hope. Neymar shocked the whole globe when he left Barcelona for PSG for a humongous 220m euros. Consequently Barcelona was thumped in the supercup finals by Real Madrid at the beginning of the season.

Much has changed since then. Barcelona already have the La Liga trophy washed, dried and safe in their trophy cabinet. The Copa De Rey is also in their trophy room as well. Real Madrid retains its customary European glow having fighting hard to the Champions League final again. This time when both sides meet, it would be delicious matter of fighting for honor as Madrid would be so glad to end Barca’s unbeaten run.

How about the goals? The biggest goal masters in the world at the moment would be going against each other. Notorious goalscorers as they are Messi and Ronaldo would be gluttonously goal-hungry. Would you expect both of them to score in the match.

Yes and 11/4 is yours from Betsafe. Yes, you read it well. Betsafe is giving you 11/4 for both Messi and Ronaldo to score. No restrictions as the offer is both available to both new and existing customers.

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