Digimagaz.com –  In an unprecedented turn of events, the arrival of Spanish football giants Real Madrid and Barcelona at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) caused a major stir, bringing the airport to a standstill. The two fierce rivals, known for their historic rivalry and intense competition in La Liga, crossed paths in the skies as they both embarked on North American tours.

The excitement began when Barcelona’s contingent, comprising 32 players and their board of directors led by President Joan Laporta, took off from Spain’s Barcelona-El Prat Airport at 2:30 p.m. local time. After an arduous 12-hour flight, the Blaugrana team touched down on Californian soil at 5:40 p.m. local time.

Remarkably, just minutes later, Real Madrid’s charter flight, carrying their squad and staff, arrived at the same LAX terminal. The departure of Los Blancos from Madrid Barajas-Adolfo Suarez Airport had taken place at 3:00 p.m. Spanish time.

The coincidence of their landing times gave rise to an unexpected event – the first-ever “air Clasico” between the two football powerhouses. Fans and onlookers at the airport couldn’t contain their excitement, as the possibility of an impromptu face-off between the rival players lingered in the air.

As the teams disembarked, both clubs were greeted with enthusiastic cheers from their respective supporters. While Barcelona’s players swiftly navigated passport control, the Real Madrid squad also moved efficiently through customs to join the Spanish capital’s rival contingent at LAX.

The duels between Real Madrid and Barcelona have always been a spectacle, with their matches defining the La Liga title race on numerous occasions. However, this unique encounter at an international airport added a new dimension to their storied rivalry.

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Both clubs will continue their North American tours, taking the excitement of the Clasico rivalry to new shores. Fans in the United States can expect thrilling encounters as the Spanish giants showcase their talent and battle for supremacy on foreign soil.

The “air Clasico” at LAX will undoubtedly be remembered as a remarkable chapter in the history of the Real Madrid-Barcelona rivalry, leaving fans eagerly anticipating future clashes both on the field and in the skies.

 

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