Real Madrid won 2 to 1, despite not having their fans in the stadium. This was the second time that the Camp Nou was able to celebrate a game with 100% of its capacity after the dispute last Sunday of the duel against Valencia. This time it is a derby where, unlike what happened before the onset of the pandemic, Real Madrid will not have a specific crowd of fans in the stadium.
It is usual to see a limited and specific area in the upper part of the Camp Nou where the Real Madrid fans were located. Whether they come from the capital of Spain or because they come from Catalonia or nearby Autonomous Communities.
This restricted and guarded area responded to the tickets that Barcelona made available to Real Madrid for their fans to come to the Camp Nou. A dynamic that occurs in all teams that make available to the rival a quota of tickets so that the members or subscribers who want it, move to see their team in the opponent's field.
But on this occasion, and as it transpired, there has been no transfer of tickets between Barcelona and Real Madrid. Not because there has not been an offer from the Barça entity. But because from the white club they have not considered it appropriate, taking into account the high price offered by the Blaugrana club. Above one hundred euros for the highest part of the Camp Nou stadium.