Top 10 Players With Most Appearances In El Clasico History

Top 10 Players With Most Appearances In El Clasico History
Top 10 Players With Most Appearances In El Clasico History

Here are the top 10 players with most appearances in El Clasico history

Who holds the record for most appearances in El Clasico history? We gathered some information from Transfermarkt for some of the best players in the world, that is, their all-time performing stats.

This article will tell you about the top 10 players with most appearances in the history of El Clasico.

Most Appearances

  1. Sergio Ramos – 45 games
  2. Lionel Messi – 45 games
  3. Sergio Busquets – 42 games
  4. Xavi – 42 games
  5. Manolo Sanchís – 42 games
  6. Gerard Pique – 39 games
  7. Andres Iniesta – 38 games
  8. Karim Benzema – 38 games
  9. Iker Casillas – 37 games
  10. Fernando Hierro – 37 games

El Clasico has always been one of the most awaited event in sports history. On Monday, Barcelona defeated Real Madrid 4-0 to take their 98th El Clasico win out of 249 rivalry games.

So as the list says, Sergio Ramos Lionel Messi holds the record for most appearances in El Clasico history. Sergio Busquets is now just four appearances away from breaking the record.

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Xavi’s post-match interview was kind of a savage one. He indirectly said that he expected a more hard game from the rivals.

“We have worked hard for these results. But we didn’t expect to be so superior in their stadium,” Xavi said in his post-match interview.

“We expected a more open game. I am very happy.”

“It can be compared. We were far superior, in terms of goals and our play. We leave with a smile from ear to ear,” he stated.

“We have to keep working. It’s not a trophy. We have to be humble,” Xavi added.

“We’ll celebrate today and then we have to rest and think about Sevilla. It’s three more points.

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“I don’t think it will give us enough to win LaLiga, it’s very difficult. But today is a great kick in the teeth [of the league leaders].

“First [we’ll focus on staying in] the Champions League places and then we’ll see. This [win] strengthens the project. We haven’t achieved our objectives yet. We have to keep going.”